What is the reassessment process?
  1. The County is divided into smaller neighborhoods for purpose of market comparison.
  2. Each property is visited by a field inspector who verifies data and collects additional data including photographs. The field review is done with the homeowner if they are at home.
  3. Data collection is entered into a mass appraisal system and accuracy validated.
  4. Neighborhood sales, land values, yearly appreciation trends, and other data are analyzed throughout the process.
  5. When reassessment is complete, property owners will be notified. Hearings with the appraisers will be held if requested.
  6. Property owners who continue to disagree with the reassessment results may appeal to a Board of Equalization appointed by the Circuit Court.

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1. What is a reassessment?
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3. What should I expect from reassessment?
4. When was the last reassessment?
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