Why is revaluation necessary?
One misconception is that a revaluation is conducted to raise more money for the county and municipalities. This, however, is not true. North Carolina law requires each county to complete a property revaluation at least once every eight (8) years. The primary purpose of a revaluation is to make sure all properties are valued or assessed equitably.

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1. What is revaluation?
2. Why is revaluation necessary?
3. What is meant by equitable?
4. How much will revaluation affect my tax bill?
5. How much will my property value change?
6. What if I believe the appraisal is incorrect?
7. Should I appeal?