What purpose does reappraisal serve?
Uniformity and equalization is the primary goal. The purpose of a reappraisal is not to increase revenues or to provide tax breaks, but to fairly, equally, and uniformly appraise the real property at its true value in money. Equalized values create equalized and uniform taxes. Equalization also creates a better tax climate in the community since each taxpayer is paying only his or her fair share.

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1. How is my property value determined?
2. What purpose does reappraisal serve?
3. What is the difference between real property and personal property?
4. When will the new values come into affect?
5. What if I do not agree with my property value?
6. What documentation would be helpful if I appeal?
7. What if I am still not satisfied?
8. What if I have more questions or would like someone from Revaluation or the Tax Office to speak to our group?