FAQ

How often are properties appraised by the Assessor's office?

What if I think my property is over assessed?

What is a Special Assessment?

How does the Assessor determine the Estimated Market Value?

Does the Estimated Market Value increase at the same rate on all properties?

Can the Estimated Market Value change even if the appraiser has not been inside my property?

How is my market value calculated?

Does an increase in Estimated Market Value always mean in increase in property tax?

Do I have to allow the Assessor into my home?

What can I do if I think the Estimated Market Value is too high?

What is a Property Identification Number (PIN)?

How does the Assessor determine the value of my property?

What will happen to my assessment if I improve my property?

Will the Assessor's Office notify me of my property value?

How will my taxes change as a result of the new assessment?

Why has my value gone up?

Why does my market value change if I have made no improvements to my property?

How are your Real Estate taxes determined?