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2021 Revaluation

2021 Revaluation

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Under North Carolina law, the county regularly revalues property for the purpose of assessing property taxes so that residents and businesses are paying based on the current market value of their property. Through this page, you will learn about how real property is appraised in a fair and equitable manner, who conducts the reappraisal, and how you, the property owner, can be involved in the process.

2021 Revaluation Timeline

  • October 19, 2020: Assessor’s office presents Schedule of Values (SoV) to BOCC
  • November 2, 2020: Public Hearing on SoV
  • November 16, 2020: Adoption of SoV
  • December 2020: Legal notification of revaluation
  • January-April 2021: Community meetings about revaluation
  • February 2021: Notice of new values
  • Mid-February 2021: Publication of new median home value
  • April - June 2021: Formal Appeals heard by Board of Equalization and Review
  • June 2021: Tax rate adopted with budget
  • September 2021: Tax bills based on new values mailed

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