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Reappraisal

An estimation of the value of a property, conducted by a person licensed to do so after an appraisal was previously conducted. Reappraisals are conducted periodically, for example, for property tax purposes.
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Indeed, the 1996 reappraisal found that some properties have declined in value since 1992, and their owners are paying taxes on value which no longer exists.
Finally, a one-way MANOVA was computed to examine whether the intensity of the primary appraisal scales, secondary appraisal scales, perceived stressfulness and reappraisals differed as a function of years of experience in the police service.
The Wilks' criterion also found a significant difference between the four acute stressors on the intensity of reappraisals F(3,92) = 5.
of Fayetteville, the company hired in 1994 to assist with the reappraisal of Washington County property, says the Tyson home was simply overvalued by county appraisers.
For the past several years, reappraisal of property in Benton and Washington counties has become an ongoing affair.
The reappraisal project will utilize Tyler's CLT Appraisal Services, based in Ohio, and Tyler Verify, a complete property data verification service that meets International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) standards.
Tyler has a long history of serving Ohio counties with a complete solution for reappraisal projects and we're happy that Fairfield County has expanded its partnership with Tyler and again chosen us for its appraisal service needs," said David J.
Residents of Bella Vista are accusing county officials of instituting a piecemeal approach to reappraisals to avoid the 10 percent cap instead of doing a countywide approach.
Faced with a tight budget, Franklin County officials were initially worried about meeting payroll because of the cost of reappraisal work.
McIntosh says the issue of reappraisal is not about higher taxes, but about equity.
The countrywide reappraisal likely will have less impact on the more closely monitored commercial market, in which properties carry a value of more than $2.
Another 439 million barrels of oil equivalent were added as a result of continuous development work and reappraisals of producing fields.