How is the value determined on my property?
Values are most often determined by comparing your property with the properties that are similar in location, design, size, age, and amenities. The Notice of Value you received in 2009 was based on sales that occurred between January 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008. This method is known as the Sales Comparison Approach.

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1. When do you mail the tax notices?
2. When are taxes due?
3. Can I pay my taxes with a credit card or debit card?
4. Will you send my mortgage company a copy of my tax bill?
5. How are property taxes calculated?
6. How is the value determined on my property?
7. How often is property re-valued?
8. What is the difference between ‘Actual’ value and ‘Assessed’ value?
9. Who sets the tax rate or mill levy?
10. How do I qualify for the Senior Exemption?
11. When are the Foreclosure Sales?
12. Where are the Foreclosure Sales?