What is a Revaluation? Who will do the Revaluation?

 A revaluation is an update of all assessments in the town conducted under the direction of the Board of Assessors. The Board of Assessors are state certified individuals whose duties are to discover, list and value all real and personal property in a uniform and equitable manner. The Board is not involved in the collection of property taxes. 

 The staff of the Assessors Office does the revaluation of all Residential property. The Assessor/Appraiser has many years of experience in property assessment and is familiar with the real estate market in the Town, and the Board of Assessors hires consultants to assist with the field review of all Commercial and Personal property in Town.

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1. What does the Assessor's Office do?
2. Where can I find a copy of my deed?
3. What is a cyclical reinspection?
4. Why are we doing a cyclical reinspection?
5. What is the end result of a cyclical reinspection?
6. What is a Revaluation? Who will do the Revaluation?
7. What is Proposition 2 1/2?
8. How is your assessment determined?
9. What is market value?