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My property was revalued last year. Why did my assessed value go up?
Assessed values are driven by the real estate market. The assessor's office values property based on sales information. The real estate market tends to be cyclical in nature with highs and lows. When real estate sales in your area indicate little or no appreciation in value, your assessed value will reflect that change also.

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1. Are there maps online?
2. Didn't Initiative 747 limit my property tax to a 1% annual increase?
3. Do I qualify for senior citizen/disabled exemption?
4. What about exemptions on property?
5. How are property taxes levied?
6. How does the Assessor value commercial property?
7. Is assessed value different than market value?
8. Is my Senior Citizen or Disabled Person Exemption Application processed yet?
9. My property was revalued last year. Why did my assessed value go up?
10. What is the Open Space Act?
11. What is the Property Valuation Cycle?
12. What is personal property?
13. What is property tax?
14. When are property taxes determined?
15. Where do I get information about property ownership and legal descriptions?
16. Where do I get information about the assessed value of my property?
17. Where’s my property line?
18. Who do I contact to see what my property taxes will be?
19. Who must report personal property?
20. Why are there two addresses on my Official Assessment Notice?
21. Why do my property lines not line up with the aerial photo and/or street centerlines?
22. What are Property Class Codes?
23. How do I contact the Department of Revenue?
24. How do I sell or move my mobile home?

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