If I don't agree with my assessed value, what do I do?

Before protesting your value, ask yourself these two questions:

  1. What is the actual market value of my property? 
  2. How does the value of my property compare to similar properties? 

After asking these questions, if you still do not agree, you are able to protest the value. Protest forms can be found on this website during protest times and are available at the Assessor's Office. Completed forms must be received in the Assessor's office starting April 16 up to and including May 5. The Board of Review will then review your assessment and determine whether the assessed value is fair. If, after review, you still do not agree with the assessed value, you may choose to appeal the case by filing in district court or with the Property Assessment Appeal Board.

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1. How do I find my current property value?
2. Do I need to sign for homestead every year?
3. If I am a veteran and have been honorably discharged, what do I need to do to sign up for military exemption?
4. How does the assessor know if I have had home improvements on the inside of my property?
5. If I purchased a home on foreclosure, should my assessed value change?
6. What factors will change my assessed value?
7. What is market value?
8. How does the Assessor determine market value?
9. My assessment information is incorrect. For example, the website says that I have a finished basement and my basement is not finished, how do I correct that?
10. How often is my home reassessed?
11. Doesn't the Assessor raise my value according to the amount of taxes needed?
12. How do I know if my assessed value changes?
13. If I don't agree with my assessed value, what do I do?
14. How is agricultural land assessed?