If no improvements have been made to my property, why should the assessed value increase?
Over time, market value changes even if no improvements are made to the property. Many people sell their homes for much more than they paid for them years earlier. The statutes require that property be periodically reassessed to maintain realistic market values and treat all taxpayers fairly.

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1. What are assessment and reassessment?
2. How often is property reassessed?
3. What happens in the even year?
4. Is all property taxed?
5. Why is reassessment necessary?
6. Who is responsible for reassessing property?
7. What are the Assessor's qualifications?
8. What is market value?
9. How is my assessment level established?
10. How are the real estate classifications determined?
11. How does the assessor value my real property?
12. Will all property values change due to reassessment?
13. How does reassessment affect my taxes?
14. Will I be notified if there is an increase in my assessment?
15. What if I disagree with my assessment?
16. If no improvements have been made to my property, why should the assessed value increase?
17. What if I disagree with my assessment?