When will my appeal be held?

The Assessment Appeals Board is expected to hear and decide all appeals within two years of filing an application. If more than two years pass before your appeal is heard and decided, and a waiver has not been signed, your opinion of value may temporarily become the taxable value of your property by default (until the appeals board hears and decides your appeal).

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1. Why would I file an Assessment Appeal?
2. What is the difference between an informal appeal through the Assessor's office and an Assessment Appeal?
3. Can I submit one application for more than one property?
4. Do I have to pay property taxes if I file an appeal?
5. When will my appeal be held?
6. What are Findings of Fact?
7. What is a Claim for Refund?
8. What if I disagree with the decision of the Assessment Appeals Board?
9. How do I apply to serve on the Assessment Appeals Board?