How do I know if I should file an appeal?

Once you receive your Notice of 2023 Real Estate Assessed Value, you have several options if you disagree with your value:

  1. Administrative Review: An Administrative Review allows you and an appraiser to review the property record and supporting information together. If an error is found, it can be corrected without having to go to a Formal Appeal. Informal reviews are encouraged, and the form is included in your notice to file. The deadline for Administrative Reviews is March 31st. The appraiser will need to do a physical inspection of the interior to better understand the condition of your home and how it compares to those properties that sold in your neighborhood.
  2. Board of Equalization Appeal: If you believe your 2023 Notice of Real Estate Assessed Value is not a reasonable estimate of what your property could sell for on July 1, 2023, you have the right to file a Formal Appeal. If you're considering requesting an Administrative Review or filing a BOE Appeal, visit our 2023 Reassessment page to verify the information we have on file for your property and to review sales information for similar properties. The deadline for BOE Appeal is June 30th.

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1. How do I know if I qualify for property tax exemptions?
2. I received a letter claiming my property taxes are going up and that I could save money by hiring a law firm to assist with my appeal. What does this mean?
3. When will I get my property tax bill and when are my property taxes due?
4. Will my tax bill change?
5. Do I need to hire a lawyer to appeal my Real Estate Assessed Value?
6. Do I need to attend my appeal hearing?
7. How long does Administrative Reviews take?
8. What happens after I submit my appeal?
9. How do I file a Board of Equalization Appeal?
10. How do I request an Administrative Review?
11. What are valid reasons to request an Administrative Review?
12. How do I know if I should file an appeal?
13. Why do some properties increase more in value than others?
14. How can my property value change when I haven't done anything to my property?
15. Can property values change before the next revaluation?
16. What if my house was still under construction on July 1, 2023?
17. Why isn't the "Deferred Amount" for land use or real estate rehab credits noted on the Notice of 2023 Real Estate Assessed Value?
18. What do I do if I feel like my property value is too high or too low?
19. How can I find my property information?
20. When will I get my Notice of 2023 Real Estate Assessed Value?
21. Who assesses my property? How are they trained?
22. How does revaluation affect my taxes?
23. What is Market Value?
24. Why does the State Code require a revaluation on a regular basis?
25. How are properties valued?
26. What is revaluation?
27. How can my property value change when I haven't done anything to my property?
28. Why isn't the "Deferred Amount" for land use or real estate rehab credits noted on the Notice of 2023 Real Estate Assessed Value?