How do I respond once I receive my Reassessment Notice?

No response is necessary if you do not appeal the value.

An appeal process is in place to guarantee that your assessment is accurate.   We recommend the following steps:    

  •  Appeal to the Assessment Office.   
  •  Appeal to the Board of Equalization
  •  File suit in Circuit Court

 If you disagree with the assessment, you may contact the Assessment Office to schedule an appeal.  You will need to be prepared to provide substantial proof of an error to proceed with your appeal.

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1. Why is a General Reassessment required?
2. Isn't it true that my assessed value should be less than what my property would actually sell for?
3. Why would my assessed value change if I haven’t made any changes to my property?
4. How can I be sure the assessors are qualified to value my property?
5. Isn't it true that you reassess so you can raise taxes?
6. I have heard there are programs in place to assist veterans, the disabled, or senior citizens in paying their taxes. How can I know if I qualify?
7. Why did my property change at a different rate than the County average?
8. How do I respond once I receive my Reassessment Notice?