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Frequently Asked Questions

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1. How do I obtain the county’s market value?
2. Will I be notified if there is an increase in my assessment?
3. How often is my property assessed?
4. How do I appeal the market value on my property to the Board of Equalization?
5. What is the deadline to file an appeal to the Board of Equalization?
6. How do I know when my warranty deed has been recorded?
7. If I purchased my property after the filing deadline; do I have any recourse to file an appeal with the Board?
8. What documentation is needed when filing an appeal on newly purchased property?
9. Who can represent my property at the appeal hearing on my behalf?
10. If I am not satisfied with the Board’s decision is that final or can I appeal their decision?
11. If I purchased my property on the courthouse steps, do I have the right to file an appeal?
12. What happens if I miss my scheduled hearing date?
13. What is the Board of Equalization’s timeline for scheduling hearings?
14. What can I do, if the deadline for filing a BOE appeal has expired?
15. When do we receive the tax bills?
16. How do I know when and where my Board of Equalization hearing will take place?
17. Why would I receive an “Assessed Value Notice” for my business; is it assessed annually?
18. If I pay my tax bill before the BOE value adjustment is granted; will I be entitled to a refund?
19. Does the County have any tax relief for senior citizens?
20. What is replacement tax?
21. How do I know if my property is subject to additional taxes for CID, NID, special assessments, etc.?
22. Can I request the County to split my property?
23. How can I get my property combined?
24. How do I change the location or my property address on Jackson County’s tax roll?
25. How do I change the mailing address on Jackson County's tax rolls?