How Can I Be Sure My Reappraisal Is Fair And Correct?
If you disagree or have questions concerning the new value assigned to your property, you have 90 days from the date on the reappraisal notice to file an objection. You must file a written notice of your appeal to the Spartanburg County Assessor, P.0. Box 5762, Spartanburg, SC 29304, and state why you believe the new appraisal is incorrect. Please provide any supporting documents or facts that substantiate your opinion of value. The appeal is based on the value of the property, not the potential amount of taxes. The Assessor will schedule an informal conference with you to discuss your concerns. The appraiser conducting the conference will review your property record with you and give you information about the values of comparable properties in your neighborhood. To be sure your reappraisal is fair and correct; you should verify that any items that affect market value such as land size, age and size of the structure, etc. are correct and that your property is not appraised for more than recent sales of comparable properties have indicated your property to be worth. Property Data is available at 366 North Church St. Spartanburg, SC 29303, from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. Data is also available on the Internet at After the property review, a second assessment notice will be issued. If you still disagree, you may appeal to the Spartanburg County Board of Assessment Appeals. If you disagree with the Board's decision, you may request a contested case hearing before the Sounth Carolina Administrative Law Court.

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1. Why Do We Pay Property Tax?
2. Where Does The Property Tax Revenue Go?
3. Why Have Reappraisal?
4. How Is Reappraisal Done?
5. How Will I Be Advised Of My 2013 Reappraisal Change?
6. How Can I Be Sure My Reappraisal Is Fair And Correct?
7. Will My Taxes Increase Because Of Reappraisal?