Questioning your Property Tax Assessment? Explore Your Options!

With springtime upon us in Colorado it also means it is the season for property taxes. By now, the majority of Coloradans have received their property tax evaluation notices. If you've been putting off addressing your tax valuation, we understand that it can be overwhelming and confusing. However, we're here to assist you in comprehending the process, taking appropriate action, and exploring your options.

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Appealing your Property Tax Assessment!

When your property's value is assessed for tax purposes, the local tax authority may not always take into account all the changes that have occurred to your property. This assessment directly impacts the amount you pay in property tax.

Due to recent developments related to your property, you might believe that its value is significantly lower than the assessed tax amount. Conversely, you may also think that the valuation is too low.

If you believe that your property tax assessment is unjust, you have the option to file an appeal.

To simplify the process for you, we have provided links for each county where you can directly appeal your tax assessment. This way, you can easily access the necessary resources to initiate your appeal.

Adams County

Arapahoe County

Boulder County

Broomfield County

Douglas County

Jefferson County

Larimer County

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