Property Tax Revaluation in Tennessee
|County||Main City||Last Reappraisal||Next Reappraisal||Reappraisals||Estimated Notice Date|
|Bledsoe||Pikeville||2017||2022||5||Late April/Early May|
|Clairborne||Harrogate||2017||2022||5||End of April|
|Coffee||Tullahoma||2018||2022||4||First week of May|
|Crockett||Bells||2016||2022||6||First week of April|
|Madison||Jackson||2018||2022||4||End of April|
|Marshall||Lewsiburg||2017||2022||5||First week of April|
|McNairy||Selmer||2016||2022||6||End of April|
Tennessee is a disclosure state, meaning assessors are aware of the purchase price of properties within their jurisdiction. During a revaluation, county appraisers will conduct a comparable market analysis. Appraisers will look at sales of comparable property in the area. Tennessee statutes prohibit assessors from increasing or decreasing values due to inflation, deflation or other economic changes after this date.
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As a property tax expert with 25 years of experience in the state and local tax system and an experienced professional with diversified experience in a variety of industries and service lines, our Tennessee Market Leader Greg Majors is ready to take care of all your revaluation needs from start to finish. We will provide you with a complimentary revaluation consultation, where you can discuss the best strategy to ensure that your values do not increase. Don’t hesitate, reach out today!