Your New Tax Rates

The FY 2022 budget has passed, the General Services District and the Urban Services District tax rates are confirmed at $2.953 and $3.288 respectively, per $100 of assessed value. Homeowners can calculate potential 2021 tax payment using our Tax Calculator.

2021 Informal Review Notices

The remaining Informal Review decisions will be mailed June 10, 2021. Our website will be updated at 9:00 a.m. on June 10th with the Informal Review decisions.  If you disagree with the decision of the Informal Review or if you missed filing an Informal Review, you may file a Formal Appeal to the independent Metropolitan Board of Equalization by the deadline of Friday June 25th at 4:00 p.m.

2021 Reappraisal Information

The 2021 Reappraisal is completed.  On April 23, 2021, new market values for ad valorem tax purposes were mailed to property owners and also made available on-line.  Growth in Nashville-Davidson County continued to be strong, particularly in the residential, industrial and apartment property types.  Here are some important points regarding the 2021 Reappraisal that you should know.

  1. 34.05% is the countywide median appraised percentage increase.  This is a median percentage of property values increase since the last reappraisal that occurred in 2017.  34.05% is an median percentage, which means in a mass appraisal some values increased more that the median, some values did not increase at all and some values are lower than the median percentage increase.
  2. The median appraised percentage represents all property classifications.
  3. There was a 4.9% in new construction (real property) growth in 2020.
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