Provide the Reason(s) for Your AppealUnder state law, financial impact and/or the rate of value change is not sufficient grounds for appeal. As required, the county’s assessment is an estimate of fair market value as of Jan. 1, 2015. Appeals should be based on at least one of the three categories noted below.
Place a check in the box next to each applicable reason for appeal.
|Fair Market Value: This property is assessed greater or less than its Fair Market Value as indicated by a review of comparable properties.|
|Lack of Uniformity: This property assessment is out of line generally with similar properties.|
|Errors in Property Description: Assessment is based upon inaccurate information concerning this property such as lot size, square footage, condition of property, flood plain, topography, zoning, etc.|
UPDATE: I filed an Appeal based on the third option, arguing that as a ground floor unit, it should be assessed lower than upper floor units. We'll see. The resale value for a ground-floor unit is lower than upper floor units!