I do not agree with the value you have on my house and land or commercial property, how do I appeal this value?


The Appeal Process

The first step of the appeal process is to complete an Appeal Form in its entirety and return it with documentation to the Iredell County Assessor’s Office - PO Box 1027, Statesville, NC 28687, within 30 days of the date of Notice. You may also complete and submit an appeal online at https://www.bttaxpayerportal.com/TaxpayerPortalIR/Appeal. An appraiser will review the information provided and respond with a new Notice of Real Estate Assessed Value. The objective of this review will be to ensure property is appraised at 100% of its true (market) value as of January 1, 2019; therefore, value could decrease, increase, or stay the same. Taxpayers who wish to further appeal the assessed value may file an appeal with the Iredell County Board of Equalization and Review.


Iredell County Board of Equalization and Review (Ref: NCGS 105-322)

An appeal to the Iredell County Board of Equalization and Review (Board) must be made prior to its advertised date of adjournment or within 30 days of the last Notice of Real Estate Assessed Value. The first meeting of the Board must be held no earlier than the first Monday in April and no later than the first Monday in May. Actual times and dates will be advertised in local newspapers and on the Iredell County Website https://www.co.iredell.nc.us. Appeals must be postmarked by the United States Postal Service within the allocated time periods. If a postmark cannot be read or is not present, the form will be considered received on the date it arrives in the Assessor’s Office. Appeals should be made in writing and mailed to the Iredell County Board of Equalization and Review - PO Box 1027, Statesville, NC 28687. Appeals may also be made online at https://www.bttaxpayerportal.com/TaxpayerPortalIR/Appeal. Online appeals must be submitted prior to the Board’s advertised date of adjournment or within 30 days of the last Notice of Real Estate Assessed Value. Prior to the Board hearing, an appraiser will visit the property to ensure the accuracy of the Assessor’s data. If the appraiser and the taxpayer reach an agreement, an Assessment Agreement may be signed and presented to the Board for final approval. If an agreement is not reached, the taxpayer will be notified of the date and time of the Board hearing. At the hearing the taxpayer will have the opportunity to present their evidence and testimony to the Board. A County appraiser will present the County’s evidence and make a recommendation of value to the Board. Within 30 days after the Board hearing, the taxpayer will receive a Notice of Decision indicating the Board’s determination of value. Taxpayers dissatisfied with the value indicated in the Notice of Decision may appeal to the NC Property Tax Commission within 30 days of the date of the Notice of Decision.


North Carolina Property Tax Commission 

Appeals to the NC Property Tax Commission (PTC) must be filed within 30 days of the date of the Notice of Decision from the Iredell County Board of Equalization and Review. These appeals are typically heard in Raleigh. The PTC is comprised of 5 members appointed by the Governor and the Legislature. Information for the NC Property Tax Commission may be reviewed at https://www.ncdor.gov/taxes/north-carolinas-property-tax-system/property-tax-commission. Prior to the hearing, representatives of the Department of Revenue will meet with the County and the taxpayer to review the merits of the case and resolve them when possible. The taxpayer or the County may appeal the decision of the PTC to the Court of Appeals.

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1. Why did I not get a New Notice of Real Estate Assessed Value?
2. What does the real estate assessed value represent?
3. What does the term "reappraisal or reappraised" mean?
4. When was your last reappraisal and when can we expect another?
5. I do not agree with the value you have on my house and land or commercial property, how do I appeal this value?
6. I did not own this property on January 1. What should I do?
7. My building was under construction and not complete as of January 1. How can I check to see the percentage complete?
8. When do I need to let the Assessor’s Office know about new construction?
9. Is the Notice of Real Estate Assessed Value a bill?
10. If I don't want to appeal do I still return the form?
11. What does the value include?
12. What type of property is appraised?
13. When can I expect an answer to my appeal?
14. How do I report an incorrect address?