AboutMyProperty™

NOTICE: AboutMyProperty is currently undergoing maintenance.  

If you are submitting rental, income and expense information in response to a request letter you received from MPAC, you are still able to do so by logging in to your account as normal. Please note that due to the maintenance underway on AboutMyProperty, only the Assessment Information Request portal will be available to you. 


We’ve made changes to AboutMyProperty, our online tool that allows property owners to review the information we have on file for their property, compare it to others in their area, and if they disagree with their assessment, file a Request for Reconsideration. These changes, which will launch in November, include:

  • simplifying the login and registration process while still optimizing security;
  • a new user interface for clear and simple navigation; and
  • enhancements to the online filing of a Request for Reconsideration (RfR), which is the fastest and easiest way to submit and track the progress of your RfR.

Users who already have an account on AboutMyProperty, can log in using their existing User ID and password and they will be prompted to re-register using their email address and a new secure 11-character password. While we’ve made changes to the login experience for AboutMyProperty, the information that users have saved to their account will remain unchanged.

What you can do on AboutMyProperty

Start by logging in

Register for AboutMyProperty with the Roll Number and Access Key found on your Property Assessment Notice. 

In AboutMyProperty, you can:

Learn about how assessment works

  • Learn more about how assessment works and how we determine your property type’s assessed value.

View your property details

  • Review the information we have on file for your property, view your notices and view market reports for your area.

 Browse your neighbourhood

  • Search or use the interactive map to compare your property to similar ones in your area or neighbourhood.

File a Request for Reconsideration

  • If you disagree with your assessed value and/or classification, learn more about filing a Request for Reconsideration (RfR) and your deadlines to file for each property tax year.