How to appeal your Wake County property tax appraisal
If you disagree with your Wake County appraisal, you can appeal it.
- The informal process requires a property owner to share clarifications about the property's characteristics, a recent appraisal done on the property or other information that would support a change.
- Those requests are looked at by a county appraiser who then decides whether or not to change the assessed value.
The formal review process, which can be submitted after getting a response to an informal appeal, requires a property owner to appeal to the Board of Equalization and Review, which decides on appraisal appeals at hearings.
- At the hearing, the board considers information provided by the applicant and the county before coming to a decision.
Deadline: You have until March 1 to file an informal appeal with the county.
- Formal appeals can be filed until May 15.
Individual questions can be taken to Wake County's revaluation call center at 919-857-3800 or through email to [email protected].
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