Scope of Services for a Revaluation

  1. A post card will be sent to all property owners prior to the start of field work informing them of the revaluation and assessment process.
  2. 100% of improved properties will be contacted for a physical interior/exterior inspection. Pictures of the main building and all out buildings will be taken.
  3. Those that did not respond to our initial contact will be sent a certified letter requesting an appointment be scheduled with us for the inspection.
  4. New construction, remodeling, and additions will be accounted for as well as the removal of any improvements that no longer exist.
  5. Property splits will be reviewed and value reapportioned accordingly.
  6. Property owners of recent sales will be contacted and a sales interview completed to determine the validity of the transaction.
  7. All sales will be entered into the assessment software as well as reported to the Department of Revenue’s Electronic Real Estate Transfer Return database.
  8. The cost, market, and income approaches are considered in the valuation of land and improvements where applicable, and all parcels brought to 100% market value.
  9. All parcel data will be entered into a CAMA software which will include a picture and sketch of the property. Property data will also be available online at
  10. Real Change Notices will be mailed to all properties that had a value change from the prior year.
  11. Personal property statements will be prepared and mailed to all accounts, returned statements and doomaged accounts will be analyzed in order to establish a proper assessment.
  12. Notice of assessments will be sent to all personal property accounts, even if doomaged.