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General Reappraisal (Revaluation)

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Our Promise to You

Reappraisal is always a challenge, because the goal is to appraise tens of thousands of properties all at one time, and in a way that is fair and equitable to all property owners. We strive to follow established industry standards for mass appraisal; however, we recognize that there will be situations where the mass appraisal approach may produce an estimate of value that seems somewhat high or low for an individual property.  We are committed to working with all property owners to ensure that every property is appraised at a reasonable estimate of its market value.

 

Supporting Durham County’s Growth

The general reappraisal process helps us ensure we can support the needs of our rapidly growing county. Learn more about what the reappraisal process means for you.

 

 2019 Reappraisal Brochure

This is a high-level reappraisal overview. It explains:

  • Why we do reappraisals
  • The steps of the process
  • The process timeline
  • How to find the details of your property’s appraisal

 

2019 brochure

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) List

We use a question and answer format to provide more detail on every aspect of the reappraisal process, including:

  • How to appeal your appraisal
  • How the reappraisal affects property taxes
  • How to find out if you qualify for property tax exemption programs

 

2019 General Reappraisal FAQs

 

 

Fact vs. Fiction

We addresses common misperceptions about the reappraisal process and its impact on Durham County.

 

2019 Gen Reappraisal Fact vs Fiction

 

Social Media Questions & Responses

November 6 Reappraisal Q&A: How a reappraisal works; the reappraisal cycle; why the reappraisal cycle is being shortened; and reappraisals and tax rates.

November 19 Reappraisal Q&A: How a reappraisal works; the reappraisal cycle; why the reappraisal cycle is being shortened; and reappraisals and tax rates.

As always, if additional details or guidance is needed, call the the Durham County Tax Administration Office at (919) 560-0300 or email tax-reval@dconc.gov.