Why don’t all properties increase or decrease by the same percentage?
Each property is revalued to a June 30, 2016 value regardless of the percentage change. Some people think the previous (2016) values are simply multiplied by an inflation factor, but in a reappraisal year, new data from relevant time frame is used, along with the latest mass appraisal techniques.

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1. How is the value determined on my property?
2. How often is property revalued?
3. What is the difference between actual value and assessed value?
4. How are property taxes calculated?
5. Why don’t all properties increase or decrease by the same percentage?
6. Who sets the mill levy?
7. Doesn’t the Tabor Amendment for 1992 prevent my taxes from rising?
8. Can you appeal your property taxes to the Assessor?
9. If I do not agree with the actual value, what steps should I take?
10. I’m not sure if I should appeal or not. How can I find out the sales prices of the properties in my neighborhood for the 18-month period prior to June 30, 2016?
11. What happens after I appeal?
12. What is the Property Tax Exemption for Seniors?
13. How are Parcel numbers assigned?
14. What do the codes mean on the parcel report?