Will all property values change?
Most likely, yes. However, not all property values will change at the same rate. Market values will have increased more for some neighborhoods and property types than for others. Some neighborhoods and property types may have decreased in value and others may have remained the same. One purpose of a revaluation is to make sure that the assessed values reflect the changes that have occurred in market/property values.

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1. Why is a revaluation necessary?
2. Will all property values change?
3. When will the next revaluation start?
4. Is it necessary that you view the inside of my property?
5. What if I refuse to let assessment personnel in my property?
6. What is market value?
7. What if there hasn’t been a recent market value sale of my property?
8. What will happen to my assessment if I improve my property?
9. Will my assessment go up if I repair the property?
10. How can my assessment change when I have not done anything to my property?
11. Will the person who inspects my property be able to tell me my new assessment?
12. Will I be notified if there is a change in my assessment?
13. What if, after the bill goes out, I disagree with the assessment?
14. What evidence do I need to present to the Board of Assessors?
15. How will my taxes change as a result of the new assessment?