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Will all property values change?
Not all property values will change at the same rate. Depending on market trends, some neighborhoods and/or property types may increase in value while others may decrease or remain the same. Also, new market data may show that adjustments need to be made to certain areas or property types to reflect current market values, even if those changes seem to contradict the prevailing trends.

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1. When are the tax bills issued and due?
2. What if I do not agree with my assessment?
3. What if, after the bill is issued, I still do not agree with my assessment?
4. What is a revaluation?
5. Why is a revaluation necessary?
6. Will all property values change?
7. Is it necessary that you view the inside of my property?
8. What is market value?
9. What if there hasn't been a recent arm's length sale of my property?
10. What if there are no reasonably comparable sales?
11. Will the actual construction cost be considered?
12. What will happen to my assessment if I improve my property?
13. Will my assessment go up if I repair my property?
14. How can my assessment change when I haven't done anything to my property?
15. What evidence do I need to present to the Board of Assessors when filing for an abatement?
16. Why does my assessment value differ from my bank appraisal?
17. How will my taxes change as a result of the new assessment?
18. Who must pay the CPA surcharge?
19. How is the CPA surcharge calculated?
20. Are there exemptions to the CPA?
21. How do I apply for a CPA exemption?

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