An assessment appeal is not a complaint about higher taxes. You must attempt to prove that your property's market value is either inaccurate or unfair. You may appeal based on the following:
- The data in the real estate office is incorrect on items that affect value. i.e. You have one bath not two, or a carport instead of a garage.
- You have evidence that similar properties to yours have sold for less than the estimated market value of your property.
- You can show that while the estimated market value of your property is valid, that it is not equitably appraised with similar properties to yours.