How do I appeal my property value?

How do I Appeal?

  1. Fill out the appeal form completely and mail it back in to Davie County Revaluation Office within thirty days of receiving the form at: 123 South Main Street Mocksville, NC 27028
  2. Form must be signed, dated and all contact information completed.
  3. Provide information for the basis of the appeal.
  4. All forms will be reviewed by our office and you may receive a phone call or email if the contact information is provided. All appeals will receive a letter in the mail stating if the value was changed.
  5. In the appeal process the value could go up, stay the same, or go down.
  6. Some appeals may receive a site visit.
  7. If you agree with the assessed value no action is required.
  8. If you have any questions please call, email, or come by the office
  9. You may also email an appeal by attaching the form completely filled out and signed to the email address below along with any supporting documentation.
  10. Complete the online appeal form that can be found on the Revaluation/Land Records page.

 

Phone: 336-753-6140 email: taxreval@daviecountync.gov


Revaluation FAQs
 
 
Revaluation is the reappraisal of value of each parcel of real estate including land, buildings, and outbuildings that are located within the County. A revaluation does not include personal property such as automobiles and boats whose values are adjusted on an annual basis. 
 
 
The purpose of a Revaluation is not to raise or lower the tax assessments or tax base of a county. The main purpose of a Revaluation is to establish fairness and equity among all property owners and all property types.
 
 
Market value means the most probable price which a property should bring in a competitive and open market under all conditions requisite to a fair sale, the buyer and seller each acting prudently and knowledgeable, and assuming the price is not affected by undue stimulus.


Types of Un-Qualified Sales
 
Conveyance of two or more parcels
 
 
Sale for which improvements sold are not included in the tax assessment or they were built after the sale
 
 
Transaction between relatives or related business
 
 
Conveyance of undivided or fractional interest
 
 
Transactions involving governmental, utility companies, lending institutions, and relocation firms
 
 
Transactions resulting from a forced sale or auction
 
Sales that include the conveyance of personal property