I believe my Assessed Value is too High. What can I do to get my Assessed Value reviewed?

Individual requests for property reviews are scheduled throughout the year, upon request by the owner. A review of your assessment can be completed by physically inspecting your property to ensure that all of the information is correct. This also includes comparing your property to similar properties. The goal of a property review is to ensure your property's market value is fair and equitable.

If you are still not satisfied with your assessment upon receipt of your February assessment notice, you will need to schedule an appointment to meet with our March Board of Review. The Board of Review meets during the first week in March, beginning that first Tuesday. By law, the March Board of Review is the annual cut-off to contest your property assessment. If you fail to schedule a meeting for the March Board of Review, you will miss your opportunity to protest your property tax assessment for that year.

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1. How can I obtain Information for properties in Holland?
2. When are tax bills sent out and when are they due?
3. How is my tax bill calculated?
4. What if I cannot pay my entire tax bill by the due date?
5. What type of payments do you accept for paying my taxes?
6. What is the process if I decide to pay my tax bill using my credit card?
7. How do I change my mailing address?
8. What is a Principal Residence Exemption (PRE)?
9. How do I apply for a Principal Residence Exemption?
10. What is my tax bill savings having a Principal Residence Exemption?
11. When do I need to Rescind my Principal Residence Exemption (PRE)?
12. I believe my Assessed Value is too High. What can I do to get my Assessed Value reviewed?
13. What is True Cash Value (TCV), Assessed Value (AV), State Equalized Value (SEV), and taxable Value (TV)?
14. Why is my Taxable Value, and thus my taxes, more than the previous owner had paid? What is Uncapping?