What if I disagree with the new assessed value?
Instructions for appeal will be included with your assessment notice. The first level of appeal is an informal hearing. This hearing is with Hoke County personnel from the assessor’s office. During this session, the property record card is reviewed. The North Carolina General Statutes places the burden of proof on the property owner to show the assessment is incorrect. Keep in mind that your value may increase, decrease or remain unchanged during the informal process. After the informal appeal, the property owner will be notified by mail of the decision.

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1. What is a revaluation?
2. Why do you have a revaluation?
3. Will all property values change?
4. When does the revaluation take effect?
5. How can I find out my new value?
6. What if I don’t receive a notice?
7. What if I disagree with the new assessed value?
8. What if I still disagree with the assessed value after the informal appeal?
9. How much will my tax bill increase or decrease?