What technique is used to value my property for assessment purposes?
Mass Appraisal is utilized for local property valuation.

Mass appraisal is defined as the use of standardized procedures for collecting data
and appraising property to ensure that all properties within a municipality are
valued uniformly and equitably. It is the process of valuing a group of properties
as of a given date, using common data, employing standardized methods and
conducting statistical tests to ensure uniformity and equity in the valuations.
Assessors use mass appraisal procedures and techniques when determining the
fair cash value of properties in their municipalities.

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1. At what ratio is property assessed?
2. What does 100% of full and fair cash value mean?
3. How do I check the valuation of a property?
4. What technique is used to value my property for assessment purposes?
5. What is the assessment date of all property?
6. Do you have a book and page reference?
7. Can I find out when a property was sold?
8. How do I check on the ownership of property?
9. How do I change my mailing address for tax billing?
10. How do I change a name on my property?
11. Do you have sales reports?
12. When do I file for an abatement for overvaluation?
13. Who is eligible to file for an abatement?
14. Are there instructions available to assist me in filing an application for abatement?
15. Where do I file applications for abatement?
16. Where do I get applications for abatement?
17. Are abatement applications public records?
18. If the Town denies my application, do I have any recourse?
19. What happens if my abatement is approved?
20. How much was my assessment reduced?