Hancock Property Tax information On-Line

Pay and view property taxes on-line

The Town of Hancock offers residents the ability to view and pay their property tax bill online. The Avitar Tax Collect Internet Kiosk allows residents to easily see their invoice and transaction records at any time of day without having to contact the Tax Collector. 

Property Tax payments can be made by using either a bank account or a credit/debit card.  Payment receipts will be sent via email or can be printed directly from the computer screen.  

This is a fee-based service. For Credit Payments it is 2.95% of the total transaction (minimum fee of $1.95). Checking Account/Electronic Check payments are $0.95.   This fee is paid to the payment processing service, Invoice Cloud.

The Tax Kiosk provides your assessment as well as transaction details for refinancing, filing of taxes, sales and purchases of homes, etc. The kiosk can be accessed by going clicking on the button below.

The Tax Kiosk does the following:

  • Once an owner or parcel is selected, a list of all recent invoices is displayed, showing type of invoice, due date, bill amount and outstanding due amount.
  • Internet users can change the Interest Date to determine the proper payment amount for future payments.
  • For any individual invoice, the Internet user can click the Transactions button to access additional information about the specific tax bill, including any transactions that have been made on that invoice, such as payments, abatements or penalties.
  • Taxpayers will have the ability to PRINT the information available on

It is important to note that your property tax bill information is governed by the Right-to-Know Law, RSA Chapter 91-A. Tax Property information is considered a public record available to anyone upon request.  If you would prefer to not have your property listed on the NH Tax Kiosk by email or call 525.4441 Monday between 3:30 and 6:30 PM, and Thursday 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

We are happy to assist anyone who has any questions or would like help using the Tax Kiosk. Call or email the Tax Office at your convenience.