I don’t agree with my property assessment. What can I do?

The County has an appeals process. The property owner should contact the Assessor's Office prior to the listed deadline with specifics and documentation of why they feel the assessment is inaccurate. A field visit is scheduled to determine if any changes should be physically made to the appraisal.

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1. Where can I view my assessment value?
2. Why does the County assess the value of my property?
3. Is there underlying law that dictates how assessment values are computed?
4. How are market values determined?
5. Is every property in the County physically assessed on an annual basis?
6. If my property isn’t physically assessed every year, then how do I get an updated assessment every year?
7. Higher assessments mean higher taxes, don’t they?
8. I don’t agree with my property assessment. What can I do?
9. What’s the relationship between the Assessor’s Office and the Board of Supervisors?
10. Does anyone check the Assessor’s work?