How will the homeowner be notified of the new assessment?
Each homeowner, at the completion of the project, will receive an individual notice of the new assessment. Property owners can then review the entire public's assessed values, so that the property owner can see what the values are around his or her property.

All property owners are given the opportunity to discuss their values with the Assessor at an appointed time during publicly announced hearings towards the end of the Revaluation. At a hearing the property owner can voice concerns, discuss inaccuracies or discrepancies with the Assessor who will review the property record card and explain the value.

Should an inspection or Revaluation need to be done the Assessor will make that determination and any changes that result will be sent to the property owner.

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1. What is a Revaluation?
2. What happens during a Revaluation?
3. How will the homeowner be notified of the new assessment?
4. How will I know if my assessment is equitable?
5. What is an informal hearing?
6. If I disagree with my assessment after a hearing, what are my options?
7. Will a Revaluation increase taxes?
8. What is Market Value and who determines my property value?
9. What about elderly and veterans exemptions?
10. Do I have to let the Assessors Office inspect my property?
11. What if I have questions or concerns regarding the Revaluation process?