What is the Change of Assessment Notice?

If the assessed value of a property increased, by law, the Assessor's office is to mail a Change of Assessment Notice to the property owner. These notices are mailed out March 1st and the property owner has 30 calendar days from the date on the notice to file a protest. You also have 30 extended days to apply for homestead, additional homestead and the senior valuation freeze, if applicable. If the value of the property stayed the same or went down, a notice will not be mailed to the property owner.

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1. I am wanting to purchase another property. Can I find out what the tax amount would be?
2. How is the money from my property tax used?
3. I have recently purchased a new home, what do I need to do?
4. What is homestead exemption, additional homestead, veteran’s exemption, and the senior valuation freeze?
5. When/how do I pay my taxes?
6. What do I need to do if I purchase or sell a mobile home?
7. How can I find a property owner’s name, address, and/or legal description of a property?
8. Should I let the Assessor’s office know if there have been any changes to my home or property?
9. What is the Change of Assessment Notice?
10. How do I file a protest?
11. How do I read a parcel identification number?