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Chatham residents can expect property appraiser visits[In Government] [May 4, 2015]
Chatham residents can expect property appraiser visits
Chatham County property owners can expect to see property appraisers from the Tax Office and Pearson Appraisal visiting their properties over the next year to 18 months. The appraisers are visiting properties as a first step in the revaluation process, according to Tax Administrator Frances Wilson. “Revaluation will not take effect until January 1, 2017, but reappraisal is a key phase,” Wilson said. “We want people to know that appraisers are out in the field. They often will just drive by and take photographs, but sometimes they will need to go on the property to inspect or measure.”
 
 
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