Understanding Your Property Tax Protest Form

Understanding Your Property Tax Protest Form

In this video, Jennifer goes over how to understand your Property Tax Protest Form.

Some highlights include:

On your property tax protest form there are 2 amounts

1. The market value is purely the county's estimate of market value — the value you want to protest. And,

2. The assessed value is the amount you pay property taxes on

Lastly, we want to clarify that the fair market value is only of concern when you’re selling your house as it is the estimated amount that a buyer would pay for your property.

If you’d like to learn about the 7 steps to protest your property taxes, you can get started by visiting our blog post on this topic. Click here to read the post.

If you’d like for us to help you determine whether you should protest your property taxes, simply go to our online home value tool, complete the address form, and we’ll be in touch. Click Here to fill out our home value tool.