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Frequently Asked Questions
What should be included when completing an abatement form?
What if I am not sure and have trouble completing the form?
What if I disagree with my new property assessment?
I recently applied for a Home-Equity line and the bank assessment was lower than the town assessment.
How can I tell if my value is correct?
What about Land values?
Why can similar properties have different values?
How are properties assessed?
Will my tax bill go up?
How are tax rates set?
If values went down why did the rate and tax bill increase?
How is Property Valued?
What types of exemptions are available to me to reduce my tax burden?
What remedies are available to me if the Assessor denies my abatement application and I am aggrieved by this decision?
What if I disagree with the assessment of my property?
Am I required to allow the Assessor to inspect my property?
How do the Assessors determine the value of my property?
What is Proposition 2 ½?
What the Assessing Department does NOT do?
What does the Assessing Department do?