Do you think the property tax assessment you recently received is too high? Interested in filing an appeal of your assessment?
On Tuesday, Live Baltimore is hosting a session where homeowners who just received assessment notices can learn how to file an appeal. Property owners who would like to contest their new assessment have until Feb. 11 to do so.
The workshop will run from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the nonprofit’s storefront office, 343 N. Charles St., and an employee of the state’s Department of Assessments and Taxation will be on hand to answer questions.
- The Real Estate Wonk blog
- Top 10 most expensive homes in the Baltimore region in 2013 [Pictures]
- Local housing market Top 10s for 2012 [Pictures]
- Most expensive Baltimore-area communities 2012 [Pictures]
- Most expensive Baltimore-area communities [Pictures]
- Housing market Top 10s in the Baltimore area in early 2012 [Pictures]
See more photos »
One-third of the state’s property owners had their properties assessed by the state last year. Each property in the state is assessed once every three years. In Baltimore, this time around, properties in the city center and North Baltimore were assessed.
Assessment notices — about 670,000 for the whole state — were put in the mail at the end of December. Home values were down 6.9 percent, on average, from three years ago.Have a real estate news tip or experience to share? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.