WHAT IS EXPECTED OF PROPERTY OWNERS?
A prospective buyer would not be expected to purchase a property without first making a careful inspection. Similarly, and individual ordering an appraisal expects that a thorough inspection will be made before a market value estimate of the property is rendered. Equitable reassessment depends on the cooperation of taxpayers. Property owners have a stake in the outcome of the reassessment program. Interior inspections, especially, require that residents cooperate with the property inspectors. The validity of the market vale estimate depends on the collection of accurate data.
Remember the people making the inspections are not necessarily responsible for developing the market value estimate. Their job at time of inspection is to collect pertinent information to be used in valuation process.

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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?