The Brevard County Property Appraiser TRIM – Truth in Millage notices arrived in our mailboxes last week. These proposals give property owners the taxable value of their property. They also provide an estimated value of taxes and proposed millage rates.
Often owners ask us how their taxes were determined. The property appraiser goes out to a property at least once every five years to determine a Brevard County property’s appraised value. There are various ways of determining the value of a parcel. And, the appraisers website has a number of appraising tools accessible to the public.
It’s important when you get your TRIM notice to double check to be sure that you are getting the property exemptions that you are entitled to. Do some research and double check to be sure they are all accounted for.
Some owners are unhappy with fair market value noted on their proposed tax bill. If you feel that the Brevard County Property appraiser has made an error in the market value of your property as of January 2010 contact the appraiser’s office.
Contact numbers for the Brevard County Property Appraiser are as follows:
Palm Bay 321-952-4574
Other areas 321-633-2199 x 6703
If the appraisers office cannot resolve a situation over value of your property an owner has until September 17, 2010 to file a petition of value.
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