What if I don't agree with my assessed value?

If you see a discrepancy with your assessed value do not hesitate to contact the assessor's office. Our appraisers strive to value property as accurately as possible. This is achieved by physical inspection of the property and market data analysis. You can help us attain the correct value by allowing us access to your full property and disclosing any sale information*.


*The value from a standard transfer of ownership is exempt from disclosure in the state of Idaho. Any value information disclosed are used for ratio studies and kept confidential.

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1. How is my property assessed?
2. My taxes increased, who do I talk to?
3. What if I don't agree with my assessed value?
4. Where can I get new plates or renew my tags for a vehicle?
5. Where can I obtain or renew my driver's license?
6. Where can I record a deed or document?
7. What type of exemptions are available to homeowners?
8. When should I apply for the Homeowners Exemption?
9. Who can I talk to regarding a lien against my property?
10. Who can I talk to about property auctions?
11. Where can I get a new or renew a passport?
12. What is Market Value?
13. How often are property values adjusted?
14. How can my property be assessed on improvements when I haven’t made any?
15. What makes property real or personal?
16. How do I know what value the assessor has estimated for my property?
17. Why do I pay higher taxes than my neighbor?