Assessors

The Assessing Department values real and personal property fairly and accurately in accordance with Massachusetts general laws and the regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Revenue which govern such activities. Also in accordance with such laws, rules and regulations, we administer motor vehicle excise, exemption and abatement programs. We address questions and concerns of property owners and the general public in an efficient and courteous fashion.

Assessors Database

The City of Revere provides two online tools anyone can use to look up property information:

  1. Patriot Properties provides detailed assessing information on each property in Revere.
  2. The City’s GIS system provides access to helpful maps and mapping tools.

Reduce or Defer Your Taxes

Below is a breakdown of the different exemptions the city offers. All exemptions have ownership and occupancy requirements. If a property is in trust the applicant must be the trustee and beneficiary of the trust or hold a life estate to meet ownership requirement.

Senior Exemption

Clause 41C ½ - (10% of average assessed value of all residential properties)

  • Age 65 as of July 1st of the fiscal year
  • Own and occupy property
  • Applicant income < $58,000

Clause 17D - $297.90

  • Age 70 or a widow/widower as of July 1st of the fiscal year
  • Assets < $65,864

Historical Tax Rates

Forms

FAQ

Contact Information & Hours
781-286-8388
Mon.-Thur. 8:15am-5pm
Fri. 8:15am-12:15pm
Dana Brangiforte
Chairman Board of Assessors

781-286-8170 x20135
John Verrengia
Member Board of Assessors
781-286-8170 x20134
Mathew McGrath
Member Board of Assessors
781-286-8170 x20136
Susan Shaffer
Special Assistant to the Board
781-286-8170 x20133
Cathy Gravallese
Principal Clerk
781-286-8170 x20132
Gennara Romano
Clerk
781-286-8170 x20137