What if I disagree with the new assessment?

After the bills are mailed in late November, you have until March 1, 2022 to file an abatement with the City. If you still disagree with your assessment, you may appeal to the Board of Tax and Land Appeals or Superior Court by September 1, 2022.

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1. Who determines when a reassessment is done?
2. What sales will be used in determining market value?
3. Will types of property be valued differently?
4. Will all the homes in the City be inspected?
5. Since not all homes in the City will be inspected, should I do anything to ensure that the information the City has on record is accurate?
6. Will assessed values change as the market values of residential homes change?
7. Will my new assessment be exactly the same as my recent purchase price?
8. What if I disagree with the new assessment?
9. When will new values from the reassessment impact tax bills?
10. What is the expected impact to the overall tax rate?
11. Will the City receive additional taxes from the reassessment?
12. How does the update coincide with the budget process?
13. How likely is it that my taxes will increase or decrease?
14. Are commercial, industrial, apartments and other types of property being reassessed?
15. Who are the various parties that are conducting and overseeing the reassessment