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You will need to file an abatement application with the Assessors Office within 30 days of the issuance of the actual tax bill (3rd quarter bill). The Taxpayer should pay the bill as rendered while his/her abatement application is pending to avoid interest and penalties. The Board of Assessors has 3 months in which to act on your application. They will notify you on an approved Department of Revenue form of their decision with that time. If not acted on favorably, it is automatically denied at the end of the three-month period. For more information please call 508-495-7380.
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Generally speaking, improvements that increase the market value of a property will increase the assessment. The following examples are typical items that may increase the assessed value of your property:
- Added rooms or garages
- Central air conditioning
- Extensive remodeling
- In ground pools, decks
- Kitchen or baths
- Substantial modernization
For more information please call 508-495-7380.