What happens if I do not let the appraiser in my home?
Even though the assessor may have been unable to go through your property, the estimated market value will still be reviewed based on the updated and existing records of your property and sales of similar properties. In order to obtain a fair and equitable assessment, it is best for the appraiser to review the interior of your home. If an appraiser is unable to review the interior of your property he or she will make a value estimate. Any changes to assessed market value will require an interior inspection.

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1. What is Market Value?
2. How does the Assessor Estimate Market Value?
3. How is my Estimated Market Value established?
4. Why has my Estimated Market Value changed?
5. Does the Estimated Market Value change at the same rate on all properties?
6. What will happen to my estimated market value if I improve my property?
7. Will my estimated market value go up if I repair my property?
8. Am I notified about my Estimated Market Value?
9. How do I know I have taken advantage of all property tax relief?
10. What is a Quintile Review?
11. Will I be notified when my property is going to be reviewed?
12. What happens if I do not let the appraiser in my home?