WHAT HAS TO BE DONE DURING A REASSESSMENT PROGRAM?
Both the interior and exterior of each property are usually physically inspected, and building dimensions are noted during this process. In addition, recent sales of properties are studied and may be adjusted to estimate the value of property that has not been sold. Property typically purchases for investment purposes, is analyzed in terms of its income-producing capability. In short, all information believed to have an influence on value will be gathered, reviewed and analyzed in order to make a proper determination of each property's full and fair value.

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1. WILL TAXPAYERS BE INFORMED OF THEIR PROPOSED ASSESSMENT?
2. WHAT IS EXPECTED OF PROPERTY OWNERS?
3. WHAT HAS TO BE DONE DURING A REASSESSMENT PROGRAM?
4. WHY IS THERE A NEED FOR A REASSESSMENT?
5. WHAT IS MEANT BY FULL AND FAIR VALUE?
6. WHAT IS A REASSESSMENT?
7. When will the results of the Re-Assessment be applied?
8. Is there an appeal process if I disagree with my assessed value?
9. Can I appeal my taxes?
10. What is the new tax rate?