Who is the "Auditor"? Your local taxing authority? If so I would not assume their number reflects an actual appraisal of your home's value.
But assessments even if done pretty well are never really for your property. Only rarely does a house get visited and the actual value of sprucing up, landscaping, or negative value of not keeping things up come into play.
If I recall, you have the right to deny them coming inside to do assessment evaluations. Of course, then they'll be irritated, and do it by looking in the windows and likely jacking up the assessment.I got a call from the town asking to come in the home and assess the value.
Not one word on this website is legally binding.
davebarnes wrote:No, they are not.Mudpuppy wrote:Zillow and Trulia are good for giving a list of recently sold properties in your area.
They both [stink --admin LadyGeek] when you have scrapers and the lot gets split.
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