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 Re-evaluation on property taxes in Chatham County

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Join date : 2009-05-04
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Location : Pittsboro/Silk Hope
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PostSubject: Re-evaluation on property taxes in Chatham County   Fri May 08, 2009 11:37 am

I had appealed the re evaluation on my property tax in Chatham county. I compared my mobile home to others in the area and mine was the highest for no apparent reason. They acessed the value up 40K from when we bought it in 2006. We havn't changed anything except working on the land.

So yesterday in the mail I got a re evaluation letter and I was shocked! They now say that my mobile home is worth 224K! So it went up another 40K! Is that because the grass is now growing? Holy Mackeral!

Now I will have to file another appeal and this one will be a formal appeal.

Is anyone else finding that by filing an informal appeal, the tax went way up?
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