In 2017, Chatham County completed a state-mandated revaluation to update the assessed tax value of each property so that it is consistent with the current market value, as of January 1, 2017 Revaluation helps ensure a fair and equitable distribution of the tax burden. NC General Statute 105-283 defines current market value as the estimated price at which a property would change hands between a willing buyer and seller, with neither party under pressure or duress.
The deadline to file a real property appeal for tax year 2020 was May 15, 2020.
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To view the adopted Schedule of Values online, use the links below. We had to break the document into four parts due to its file size:
PART I: Table of Contents, Components of Reappraisal, Statutory Requirements, Property Valuation, Data Inventory, Replacement Cost Schedules & Tables.
PART II: General Grades & Tables, Percent Good Schedules & Tables
PART III: Land Schedules & Tables, Supplemental Data
PART IV: Appendix (note that some documents in this section come from other sources and have their numbering.
PRINTED COPY: You also can view a printed copy in the Office of the Tax Administrator located at 12 East Street in Pittsboro.