What is done during a reassessment?

A subcontracted inspector performs a physical inspection of property. The purpose of this inspection is to maintain our database, which is vital to maintain equity and uniformity. Measuring all exterior structures, and inspection of the interior to determine what amenities exist (the homeowner can deny the inspector access to the interior but then the inspector will be forced to estimate the inside amenities of your property). A Certified Tax Assessor then performs an analytical study of market data (e.g. sales, rental rates, capitalization rate, etc.), to set the assessments at full and fair value.

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1. When determining my value, are you comparing my home to the sales of homes in my area or across town?
2. Are the assessment value changes made on only the inspected 25% of properties?
3. What if I’m not home when the inspector visits can I make an appointment?
4. When will my property be inspected?
5. Can I discuss the value of my property with the Inspectors?
6. Can I discuss the new assessment with the Assessor if I disagree or have questions?
7. When will taxpayers be informed of their new assessment?
8. How will a reassessment affect taxes?
9. What is done during a reassessment?
10. What causes inequitable assessments?
11. Why is there a need for a reassessment?
12. What is a full and fair value?
13. What is a reassessment?
14. How do I file a tax appeal?