Any property owner who believes that the classification and/or value assigned to his/her property by our office is incorrect has the right to appeal that assessment.
The Change in Appraisal notice (which, for most property owners, is recieved every four years), will provide information on how to contact the Assessor’s Office should he/she feel that the appraisal or classification is incorrect.
An Appraiser will then review the information made available by the property owner that denotes, changes which may affect the value of the property. Should a correction be in order, a modification may be made without a formal appeal.
However, if the change to the property value following this review is unacceptable, the property owner may appeal to the Metropolitan Board of Equalization. If the decision made by the Metropolitan Board of Equalization is unacceptable, the property owner may then appeal to the State Board of Equalization.
For more information, please click here to be directed to the General Information about Appeals or call our office at (615) 862-6080.