2011 Property Tax Revaluation

David Boraks / CorneliusNews.net

 A consultant next week will formally recommend that the Mecklenburg County Commission and county staff fix problems with the county’s 2011 property revaluation, and overhaul the assessor’s office to improve transparency and customer service.   How county officials might respond isn’t yet clear.

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The Mecklenburg County assessors’ office has been dogged by complaints that it made significant errors when it revalued property in 2011.

An independent review of Mecklenburg County's 2011 property tax reappraisal found "major" problems in neighborhoods spread across the county.

Fixing Revaluation Flaws Faces Hurdles

Nov 1, 2012
Julie Rose

Property owners hoping to learn if the 2011 tax values assigned to their neighborhoods will be re-done because of errors will have to wait at least a few more weeks. The firm hired by Mecklenburg County to evaluate the property revaluation process will not share details of its findings until a county commission meeting on Nov. 13.  And even then, there are significant hurdles in fixing whatever flaws the firm uncovers.

Cornelius resident Bob Deaton and many more like him have no doubt what Pearson’s Appraisal Service will find in reviewing the county’s 2011 revaluation.

A private firm enlisted to investigate Mecklenburg County's 2011 property revaluation is nearing the end of a public hearing schedule. 

Commissioners Call For Revaluation Audit

Apr 30, 2012

Mecklenburg County Commissioners will discuss Tuesday a proposal for a full audit of the 2011 revaluation of property. 

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