What happens after I file an Appeal?

You will most likely be contacted by a representative of the Assessor’s Office prior to the hearing, as part of the normal process of reviewing the property’s value and addressing any issues expressed on your appeal form. When your property is under appeal, the Assessor becomes a party of the value dispute, and because of this will try to render a fair and impartial review of the value. Be patient. All appeals to the Board of Property Tax Appeals will be heard within the required period allowed by law.

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1. If my Real Market Value is reduced, why won’t my taxes be reduced?
2. If I file an Appeal, do I still pay my property taxes?
3. What happens after I file an Appeal?
4. What if both parties come to an agreement of value before the Board meets?
5. What if both parties still disagree as to the value of the property?