Property Owners May Seek Relief on Assessment Value

Nashville, TN (December 14, 2023) Vivian Wilhoite, Assessor of Property of Metropolitan Nashville & Davidson County, announced today the availability of possible property appraisal adjustments for those residents impacted by the December 9, 2023, tornado and straight-line winds. “Under existing State law, those in need should be fully informed of property appraisal procedures where appropriate as a result of such losses,” says Assessor Wilhoite.
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Informal Review Open for the 2024 Assessment Year

Nashville, TN (December 1, 2023) – If you missed the opportunity during the 2023 assessment year to appeal your property value, the 2024 Informal Review opens December 1, 2023. In previous years, the request for an Informal Review opened immediately after the Office of the Trustee mailed tax bills in October.  However, this year, the appeal process for Davidson County property owners opens December 1, 2023, due to this year’s conversion of the Office of the Assessor of Property’s Computerized Assisted Mass Appraisal (CAMA) system.  Also due to this year’s CAMA conversion, the Office of the Assessor of Property’s staff will take Informal Review requests by phone or by email.  This process for just this year is slightly different than in previous years where Informal Review requests were primarily entered on-line.

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2023 MBOE Notices

The 2023 Independent Metro Board of Equalization (MBOE) notices were mailed September 8, 2023. The property data and values will not be updated on this website until September 15, 2023. If you disagree with the results of your appeal to the MBOE, instructions are on the notice on how to appeal to the State Board.

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