Property Tax Assessment Appeal is a configuration of Survey123 for ArcGIS that can be used by citizens to file a formal request for the review of their property assessment. Assessors can deploy this geo-enabled application form and quickly see where concentrations of property appeals are occurring in their community.
Typically, assessment appeals are filed when a property owner feels the value of their property is inaccurate or does not reflect market value. The appeals are then reviewed by the local assessor prior to scheduling an appointment, or hearing before a Board of Review, or Value Adjustment Board. Regular board hearings are then used to present evidence and ultimately rule on any changes to the assessed value of a given property.
To deploy Property Tax Assessment Appeal with the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool requires specific software.
To manually deploy Property Tax Assessment Appeal in your organization requires specific software.
Property Tax Assessment Appeal can be deployed in your ArcGIS Online organization without downloading the solution. When you deploy Property Tax Assessment Appeal in your organization, you'll find the following:
|Survey||Property Tax Assessment Appeal||An survey used by property owners and agents to file a formal request for the review of their property tax assessment.|
|Feature layers||PropertyTaxAssessmentAppeal||A feature layer used to store formal requests filed by property owners for the review of their assessment.|
|Property Tax Assessment Appeal_fieldworker||A feature layer view used to collect formal requests for review of a property assessment.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Property Tax Assessment Appeal.