Tax Assessor's Office
700 E. Stonewall St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
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Appeals for Tax Year 2013 Officially End
June 28, 2013 - The 2013 Board of Equalization and Review (BER) officially adjourned for the 2013 tax year. By North Carolina statute, appeals of property value for a given tax year must be filed between January 1st and the advertised adjournment date of the BER. Appeals filed after the adjournment date are considered untimely.
An exception is provided for property owners who receive "NOTICE OF VALUE -REAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT" letters from the Assessor's Office. They may file an appeal within 30 days of the date of the notice, regardless of the BER adjournment date. Instructions for appealing are included with the notices. A brief guide for Filing an Informal Appeal is available online.
Review Your Real Property ListingMarch 19, 2013 - A new tool allows a property owner to view the County's record information in detail, and even note any discrepancies beside the respective attributes, to send to the Assessor's Office for review. A short tutorial is available for assistance. Property owners may access the Property Record Feedback Tool here, or go to the Revaluation page for this and other tools.
THE APPEAL PROCESS
The appeal process is an essential component of property valuation. The County can staff only a limited number of appraisers and property specialists to value all of these properties - real property, vehicles, business and individual personal property. Property owners are entitled to request that values of specific properties be reviewed (appealed) in light of aspects of the property that may not have been included when the Office set the value.
This site is for Mecklenburg County property owners who have appealed the values of their real property:
Property owners may represent themselves during the appeals process, hire an attorney-at-law licensed in North Carolina to represent them, or appoint another representative through a Power of Attorney form, available online.
Links to more information about the appeals process: