What evidence should I present to the Board of Review?
The board will consider recent arms-length sales of the subject property or reasonably comparable properties. If you intend to present an appraisal, the board will expect the appraiser to be available for testimony and you have received permission from the client named on the appraisal report. Keep in mind that the assessment date is always January 1st. Please visit our Assessment Objections page for more information about the evidence you should prepare.

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1. What is the assessed value of my property?
2. How does the assessment process work?
3. What is the tax rate or mill rate?
4. Isn't the assessment supposed to be less than that I paid for the property?
5. I recently bought my property and it was assessed at that time. Why do you need to assess it again?
6. Why does the Assessor conduct property inspections?
7. Someone from the Assessor's office left tag on my door, what did they want? Why didn't they make an appointment?
8. Can I request a review of my property for next year?
9. I received an Assessment Change Notice, who do I talk to about it?
10. Why did my assessment change when I haven't done anything to my home?
11. My assessment changed how will that affect my taxes?
12. Why does the Assessment Change Notice say I made improvements to my property when I haven't made any changes?
13. What is the Open Book process?
14. My neighbor received an Assessment Change Notice but I didn't, why not?
15. How do I object to my assessment?
16. What is the Board of Review? How does it function?
17. What evidence should I present to the Board of Review?