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Assessor

A person licensed by a municipality to conduct appraisals of local properties. An assessor may take into account the quality of a property, values of surrounding properties, and market conditions in the area. The purpose of an assessor's appraisals is to assess the value of properties so as to determine each owner's property tax liability.

assessor

A public official charged with maintaining the property tax rolls and the accuracy of the appraised and assessed value of properties.
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Consistent media attention to the ANDP/RCLCO research over the last ten months in local news outlets helped to raise public awareness, keep tax assessors accountable, and fuel legislative efforts at the Georgia General Assembly to close the gap between home prices and tax appraised values.
Informed by the property tax research and media coverage, Georgia State Senator Chip Pearson introduced a bill mandating tax assessors to include foreclosed and bank-owned sales in the property valuation process.
Some tax assessors responded that they did not feel competent to answer question 6 while others indicated that their towns did not have sites and therefore they could not respond to question 6.
Donald Trump has added a new wrinkle to the city tax assessor scandal by filing a $500 million lawsuit against the city, alleging that Trump World Tower was taxed at an unfairly high rate to compensate for buildings that received lowball assessments.
With the recent indictment of city tax assessors, real estate attorneys are expecting the city to exercise more caution with property tax assessments in the coming months.
No building owners have yet to be implicated in the tax scheme that shook the real estate industry last week with the indictment of 18 Manhattan tax assessors accused of cutting property taxes for bribes.
In a far reaching decision, New York State's highest Court requires local real estate tax assessors to acknowledge the negative effect contamination has on a property site's fair market value.
Called SEG-SITE and accessed through PC-based Windows software, the new service helps real estate appraisers, inspectors, adjusters, tax assessors and contractors easily obtain building cost estimates segregated out by type of business and individual components, according to Cydney Capell, director of Marketing and Production at Marshall & Swift.
Several months ago, the tax assessor scandal placed hundreds.