It is incumbent upon the appealing taxpayer to provide written or photographic evidence that the county’s assessment is unlawful or incorrect, not simply that you disagree. You must be able to prove that the county assessor has made an error and that the value placed on the property is substantially greater than true value. Without this evidence, the Board is not at liberty to revise the value.
Applications must be received prior by the BOARD adjournment date
(One parcel per appeal form please)
If you wish to formally appeal a real property tax value, you are asked to provide the following information:
Please provide detailed information for income (rental) properties. Examples include: rent roll, profit and loss statements or other summaries that include gross income, operating expenses, and net operating income.:
Download a copy of the Power of Attorney form here »Please upload the notarized form.
Helpful information you can/may provide are:[>
VERY IMPORTANT: Any real property appraisals, comparable sales or cost data should be 'retrospective' as of the revaluation date for the year 1/1/2017. Any and all documents dated after 1/1/2017 will not be considered.
NOTE: As with any appeal, there are three (3) possible outcomes and that the resulting value is effective for the current year forward and is not retroactive; in that the decision may result in 1) A decrease, 2) An increase, or 3) Remain the same value.