The Revaluation FAQ answers common questions we have received from the public, and will be updated periodically.
Or jump right to the number one question: “If You Revalue, Will My Taxes Go Up?”
The Geographical Information System (GIS) can be used to view information on a map of the property and surrounding properties.
The Register of Deeds website allows you to view recorded deeds, plats, and other legal documents which determine ownership and influence tax assessment.
The Check My Value / Online Appeals tool searches for comparable properties and compares values to determine if your value is in the expected range. Informal review requests and formal appeals may be filed using this tool. Commercial properties and properties over 5 acres will not be able to use the comparable search but may still use the online appeal feature.
The Property Record Search allows you to view online property record cards with detailed information about each property.
The 2017 Schedule of Values is the assessment manual used by Alamance County appraisal staff and can provide important information about how your property was valued.
To print and mail a paper review/appeal form, click the link below… but before you do, please consider using our online review/appeal option available at the top-left link above (Check My Value / Online Appeals).
The 2017 Revaluation may be over, but we welcome your feedback about your property at any time. The links above will provide you with resources to research your property valuation, and to contact us if you have any concerns you would like to share. You can also contact us by phone if you have questions, by calling 336-570-4100. If you want to access our online review/appeal option, you may do so by selecting the top-left link above (Check My Value / Online Appeals).