Do all property values change during reassessment?
Property values may increase, decrease, or stay the same in a reassessment. Reassessment equalizes property values by reappraising them to a current date. Any change in a reassessment cycle is dependent upon the local real estate market and the local economy. The assessor is simply reflecting the current market values as they apply to each property, in each neighborhood, in every part of the county.

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1. How often do you reassess property?
2. Who makes the decision to reassess my property?
3. Why is reassessment required?
4. What is market value?
5. What is the difference between market value and assessed value?
6. Do all property values change during reassessment?
7. How can my property value increase if I have done nothing to it?
8. What if I disagree with my assessment?
9. Why do my taxes increase?
10. How does reassessment affect my taxes?
11. Is all property taxed at the same rate?
12. Where do you get your car values?
13. Why is there a penalty for turning in a late assessment list?