If I disagree with my appraised value, are there any avenues for appeal?
Yes, simply send in your appeal in writing within the time frame indicated on the notice. The grounds for appeal are:
  • Value
  • Taxability
  • Equalization
Avenues available for appeal

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1. My assessment notice has an estimate of taxes on it. Can I pay it now?
2. If I disagree with my appraised value, are there any avenues for appeal?
3. Can I appeal my valuation via email or facsimile (fax)?
4. What are the costs for a Superior Court appeal?
5. Who appoints the Board of Tax Assessors?
6. What laws govern the Tax Assessor's Office?
7. What is the meaning of ad valorem property taxes?
8. What is a millage rate and who sets these rates?
9. How are my taxes calculated?
10. What is the meaning of the term "tax digest?"
11. What determines an individual property tax amount?
12. Who determines the value of my property for tax purposes?
13. What are the steps used by the Assessors when appraising my property?
14. What is the difference between sales price and market value?
15. If my property value and assessment remain the same, can my tax bill change?
16. Do I get an exemption because I own a home and live in it?
17. Are there any other special exemptions?
18. What latitude does the Board have to extend deadlines for filing Freeport or Homestead exemptions?