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US Tax Assessor Directory

Welcome, the web's largest resource for tax assessor information! We've compiled local tax assessor office information from all over the country, so you can find contact information, including address, phone, web URL, and more, for your local office. To get started, select your state.

What Does The Tax Assessor Do?

The Tax Assessor officesare obligated to assess real properties within its jurisdictions at a uniform market value percentage per year. The tax assessment should be current thus the tax assessor conducts a yearly evaluation and analysis of the properties. There may be possible increase or decrease of the assessment, depending on the real estate market trends that affect the subject property.

Compliance with your tax obligation starts with getting your current tax information. A directory portal of the local Tax Assessor office.

Frequently Asked Questions About Tax Assessor

Different states follow their respective rules about tax assessment processes. The local Tax Assessor and office also complies with the mandates of the state they belong to. Here are some of the FAQs regarding Tax Assessments:

Do you let a tax assessor into your home?

According to the local tax assessment rules, the assessor maintains the right to seek admittance into the property. However, it is still the prerogative of the property owner to let the assessor into the property for inspection or assessment.

What are the other duties and responsibilities of a tax assessor?

The Tax Assessor also performs administrative functions such as inspection of a new construction. The assessor also looks into other major improvements being done to any existing structures. The purpose of the inspection is to keep current the physical inventory of a particular property. All improvements must also be properly assessed to update the property's value.

How do you inquire or address tax assessment related concerns?

Your local Tax Assessor continually communicates with taxpaying public. They answer questions as well as deal with related concerns. Anyone is allowed to examine property records and assessment rolls at normal office hours.


Mille Lacs County Tax Assessor

Address: Mille Lacs Courthouse, 1st Floor,, 635 2nd St. SE, Milaca, MN 56353

Phone: (320)983-8311

Fax: (320)983-8280

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Martin County Tax Assessor

Address: 301 North St. Peter St., Stanton, TX 79782

Phone: (915)756-3397

Fax: (915)756-2992

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Amite Tax Assessor

Address: Tangipahoa Parish Courthouse Building, Room 102, 110 North Bay St., Amite, LA 70422

Phone: (985) 748-7176 or 748-7181

Fax: (985) 748-3995

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Douglas County Tax Assessor

Address: Courthouse Building, Room 207A, 1313 Belknap St., Superior, WI 54880

Phone: (715)395-1386

Fax: (715)395-1406

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