A revenue generating department equipped with modern technology, manned with knowlegeable human resources who are committed to the proper, efficient, and effective administration of provincial taxes, aimed at improving the financial capability of the province towards growth and developments of its constitutents.
The provincial and municipal assessor shall join hands to make and keep an updated record of all real properties located within his jurisdiction for taxation purposes, guided by the fundamental principles described in Sec. 198, LGC of 1991; automation of all real property transactions, i.e. assessment, billing, payment, and collection liquidation processes; general revision, and; to furnish a copy to the provincial/municipal treasurer who shall notify, on the basis of such record, the owner of the property or person having legal interest therein of the tax impose and for collection.
- Integrity of the records
- Efficiency in the administration of real property
- Customer satisfaction
- Collection Efficiency
Real Property Assessment
The Provincial Assessor’s Office has assessed real properties, resulting to assessed values worth PhP7,919,942,459.00. Some PhP638,400.00 revenue was also generated from various fees. There were also approved 4,699 tax declarations, and about 41 properties which were subject to local government acquisition were inspected and approved. On the Enhanced Tax Revenue Assessment and Collection System, 13 municipalities completed the corresponding seminar/orientation and are awaiting for the systems installation.