Change of Assessment Notices Will Not Be Issued
We have learned the St. Louis County Assessor will NOT be sending a change of assessment notice unless your property value has increased!
The Assessor has expressed they are expecting to see minor declines in property values. Even if the Assessor lowers the value, in which case property owners will not receive notice, we have found they do not lower the value enough to reflect actual market declines.
Please share this with anyone you think might be interested in a free review of their assessment. Without the assessment notices, no one will know what happened until their tax bills arrive, and it's too late to appeal.
See the article featured in The St. Louis Post Dispatch here regarding assessed home values.
2013 is a reassessment year in Missouri
The simple fact is - assessors make mistakes. They utilize mass appraisal techniques, market averages and neighborhood models to determine property values which may not accurately reflect your property value. These errors and miscalculations end up costing you money.
Since our launch in 2009, PAR Residential filed over 3,700 appeals resulting in homeowners savings over $3,700,000 in real estate taxes. Approximately 80% of the appeals we file result in tax savings.
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The assessor will estimate the market value of your home using mass computer modeling and appraisal techniques which can result in errors and miscalculations that can cost you money year after year.
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