What is the bottom line?
Revaluations are periodically required by state law and are designed to keep assessments current with prevailing market conditions. The real issue is whether your property is assessed at market value. After the revaluation, you should look at your final assessment. If it appears to be an accurate value when compared to sales of similar property, then it probably is a fair assessment. If, in your opinion, it does not reflect the market value of your property when compared to sales of similar properties, you should talk to our assessment staff. We may be able to provide information or take further actions to resolve your concerns.

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1. How can I request a review of property assessment?
2. When the Assessor visits and wants to inspect my home, do I have to allow him inside?
3. How can I contact the Village Assessor?
4. When was the last community revaluation? When is the next revaluation expected?
5. Some of my neighbors have told me the only reason for the reassessment is to raise taxes. Is this true?
6. Why do you need to inspect the interior of my home?
7. What if I refuse to allow the assessor into my home?
8. How does the assessor value property?
9. What can I do to ensure a fair and reasonable assessed value for my property?
10. Do all assessments change at the same rate?
11. What is the bottom line?
12. Can the Assessor enter my property without my permission?