Why did my value go up more than others in my neighborhood?

Simply, value adjustments are not linear. The value calculations include all factors that go into a property. While houses may be similar, it is rare that they are identical. There can be differences in interior improvements, acreage, living area, and condition. Living area and acreage valuation is also not linear and cannot be compared in that way.

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1. How do I check ownership or valuation of property i.e. Property Record Card?
2. How do I change my mailing address?
3. Where can I get a copy of a deed and/or plot plan for my property?
4. When do I file for overvaluation abatement?
5. Where do I file an abatement application?
6. When are real property tax bills mailed and payments due?
7. What do I need to do if my mortgage company pays the taxes on my property?
8. Why should I pay interest on late payment when I never received my tax bill?
9. How can I change the tax bill to my name, after purchasing a parcel of property?
10. Who is responsible for the taxes if a property is sold after January 1?
11. What should I do if I recently sold my property, but I am still receiving a tax bill?
12. Where can I go for more information?
13. Why did my taxes go up?
14. How are my taxes calculated and what do these bills represent?
15. How is my value determined?
16. Why did my value go up more than others in my neighborhood?
17. Why did my value increase more this year than past years?
18. What can I do about it?