Pine and Richland Reassessment Notices Mailed Out, Also Available Online

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At long last, residents of Pine and Richland townships will learn of their property reassessments.

Notices of the court-ordered reassessments were mailed out Wednesday, but property owners can access the information online by clicking here to search for a specific address.

This year's county, township and school district real estate taxes will be based on the 2012 assessed value, which you can find by clicking here. The court-ordered assessed values will not be used to calculate tax bills until 2013.

For frequently asked questions about the court-ordered reassessment, click here.

If you do not agree with the reassessment, you may appeal it. Here is what the county's Office of Property Assessments says to do:

You may schedule an “informal review,” as defined by the court order, by calling 412-350-4600 from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, or go online to the Informal Reviews website. 

You also have the right to file a formal appeal of your new 2013 court-ordered reassessment value with the Board of Property Assessment Appeals & Review. You may obtain the 2013 Court-Ordered Reassessment Value Formal Appeal Form by downloading it or by calling 412-350-4600.

The deadline for filing a formal appeal of your new 2013 court-ordered reassessment value is April 2.


We'd love to hear from you about your reassessment. Do you think it was fair? Will you appeal? What do you think of the entire court-ordered process? Tell us in the comments.

Julie Rotelli March 09, 2012 at 02:11 AM
Up by $100,000!!! There is an identical house on our same street - exactly same floor plan, but theirs went down. Our pre-court assessment appraised values were only about $10,000 different, now they are $125,000 apart. $125,000 different for the same house, on the same street!!!


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