Property tax bills are generated to support city/county services to taxpayers. Basically, the bill is generated by dividing the assessed value by 100 then multiplying by the tax rate for the district where the property is located
Taxpayers who can demonstrate that the assessed value on a given property is too high can possibly lower the tax bill for that property.
Detailed below are six actions taxpayers can take in order to make an argument to lower the assessed value on their property:
Documentation of your case before an appeal board should include photographs of the property in question and a complete explanation of any detrimental factors affecting the property value.
You should contact your local assessment office for rules and procedures governing the assessed valuation appeal.