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Property notices are now available online

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webmaster | 08/25/12

Assessed value notices for properties on which the value has changed since last year are now available online in Madera County.

In the past, value notices were mailed to property owners whose properties’ values changed from the previous year for reasons other than the CPI adjustment. The Madera County Board of Supervisors approved the Assessor’s request to provide value notices online via the County website, instead of by regular mail, to owners of real and personal property whose value changed.

The most common reasons for a taxpayer to be sent a value change notice are if there has been a change in ownership or new construction on the property, or there are business property improvements requiring annual revaluation, or the property is enrolled in the Williamson Act (the Ag Preserve), or there has been a decline in value affecting the property due to market conditions.

Property owners can review their value notices at: index.php/assessed-valuechange-search...


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