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Property Revaluation & Taxation

Paradigm Tax Group is the nation's largest property tax only consulting firm specializing in revaluations, reassessments and appeals for commercial and industrial properties. In 2022, properties in 12 states are being revalued, meaning property owners in those areas are at risk of an increased valuation and therefore an increased tax bill.

Arkansas
ArkansasPartial Revaluation

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Connecticut
ConnecticutPartial Revaluation

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Delaware
DelawarePartial Revaluation

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Illinois
IllinoisPartial Revaluation

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Maryland
MarylandPartial Revaluation

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New Jersey
New JerseyPartial Revaluation

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North Carolina
North CarolinaPartial Revaluation

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Ohio
OhioPartial Revaluation

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South Carolina
South CarolinaPartial Revaluation

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Tennessee
TennesseePartial Revaluation

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Virginia
VirginiaPartial Revaluation

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West Virginia
West VirginiaPartial Revaluation

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Revaluation is the process where a local property tax assessor will assign an updated taxable value to real property as of a certain date to determine property taxes for the following year. It is important to keep abreast of the most up-to-date local information regarding revaluation schedules, public hearings or any notifications from local assessors regarding not only a change to your property's taxable value but also available property tax exemptions and other potential remedies.

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Arkansas
ArkansasPartial Revaluation

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Colorado
ColoradoFull Revaluation

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Delaware
DelawarePartial Revaluation

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Illinois
IllinoisPartial Revaluation

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Iowa
IowaFull Revaluation

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Louisiana
LouisianaPartial Revaluation

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Maryland
MarylandPartial Revaluation
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Missouri
MissouriFull Revaluation

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North Carolina
North CarolinaPartial Revaluation

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Ohio
OhioPartial Revaluation

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South Carolina
South CarolinaPartial Revaluation

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Tennessee
TennesseePartial Revaluation

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Virginia
VirginiaPartial Revaluation

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West Virginia
West VirginiaFull Revaluation

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Revaluation is the process where a local property tax assessor will assign an updated taxable value to real property as of a certain date to determine property taxes for the following year. It is important to keep abreast of the most up-to-date local information regarding revaluation schedules, public hearings or any notifications from local assessors regarding not only a change to your property's taxable value but also available property tax exemptions and other potential remedies.

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What to Expect

Paradigm understands the reassessment schedule for each county or township, as they tend to differ across each state. Real property across the country undergoes cyclical revaluation with the goal periodically measuring changes in property values by local taxing entities.

Ultimately, properties undergo revaluations to adjust their market value to meet current market conditions, often leading to increased property tax burdens for real property portfolios.

Why Use Paradigm During a Revaluation?

Our team is comprised of former assessors, appraisers, attorneys, engineers, CPAs, and valuation experts who collectively form the most qualified, highly skilled, and experienced group of property tax consultants in the country.

We review each asset's specific financial performance and make strategic recommendations to reduce taxes now and in the future. During revaluations, we assist in the navigation of schedules, codes, and appeals to ensure you do not miss a savings opportunity during this time.

Paradigm Tax Group is your partner for revaluation services and property tax minimization solutions.

Client-Centric ApproachHow to Combat a Significant Assessment Increase

Expert Tax Consultants on Your Side

Over the last 17 years, Paradigm has built an excellent working relationship with the assessment community in all 50 states, which it maintains to this day. Our proactive approach is designed to work with the local assessors and to file appeals when negotiations do not meet our clients' expectations.

Paradigm's highly skilled team is experienced in navigating the complexities of a full and robust appeal calendar. Our defined processes and controls ensure all critical information and documentation is appropriately presented and communicated so no deadlines are missed. Our goal is to ensure we achieve your desired results.

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2022 Revaluations by State

Arkansas - 2022
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 5 years Between January 1st and May 31st Third Monday in July and no later than the third Monday in August

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Connecticut - 2022 See More Details
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 5 years Before January 1st February 20th

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DC - 2022 See More Details
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Full Revaluation Every year January 1st Before April 1st

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Illinois - 2022 See More Details
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 3 years After January 1st Within 30 days of notice

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Maryland - 2022 See More Details
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 3 years After December 31st By March 31st

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New Jersey - 2022 See More Details
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 4 years Before January 1st By May 1st

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North Carolina - 2022
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 4 years After January 1st 30 days within Mailing notice

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Ohio - 2022
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 6 years After January 1st March 31st

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South Carolina - 2022
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 4 years February t0 October 90 days within Mailing notice

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Tennessee - 2022 See More Details
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 4 years After January 1st May 1st - May 31st

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Virginia - 2022
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every year Before January 1st January - December

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West Virginia - 2022
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every year July - January February

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2023 Revaluations by State

Arkansas - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 5 years Between January 1st and May 31st Third Monday in July and no later than the third Monday in August

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Colorado - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Full Revaluation Every 5 years May 1st Between June and July

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DC - 2023 See More Details
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Full Revaluation Every year January 1st Before April 1st

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Delaware - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Information Coming Soon

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Illinois - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 3 years After January 1st Within 30 days of notice

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Iowa - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Full Revaluation Every 3 years After January 1st Within 30 days of notice

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Louisiana - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 4 years Before January 1st By May 1st

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Maryland - 2023 See More Details
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 3 years December Within 45 days of notice

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Missouri - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Full Revaluation Every 6 years Before March 1st Before September 30th

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North Carolina - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 4 years After January 1st 30 days within mailing notice

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Ohio - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 6 years After January 1st March 31st

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South Carolina - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 5 years February to October 90 days within mailing notice

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Tennessee - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every 4 years After January 1st May 1st to May 31st

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Virginia - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Partial Revaluation Every year Before January 1st January to December

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West Virginia - 2023
Full/Partial Occurances Date of Notice Deadline
Full Revaluation Every year July to January February

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  • Paradigm Tax Group does not service single-family residential properties at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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  • Paradigm Tax Group does not service single-family residential properties at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.