The deadline to file an appeal was May 5, 2023 at 5:00 pm.
The time for filing an appeal for 2023 has passed. If you’ve already filed your appeal, don’t worry, we are working diligently to review your appeal and will send a response as soon as possible. Please be patient, as there are many appeals which we must review. It’s not always possible for us to review appeals in the order they were received. If you missed the deadline to appeal your value this year, you will have the opportunity to appeal in 2024. Thank you for allowing us to serve you
The Property Record Search allows you to view online property record cards with detailed information about each property.
The 2023 Schedule of Values is the assessment manual used by Alamance County appraisal staff and can provide important information about how your property was valued.
My tax value has gone up, will my bill go up? This handout explains revenue neutral.
The links below can be used to research your property value. Select multiple sources and enter your address to compare these independently determined values to your tax value.
Disclaimer: The links above are provided as a service and Alamance County does not bear any responsibility for the content of the linked sites;
A top question is, “Why Do You Have To Revalue?“
Another popular question is, “If You Revalue, Will My Taxes Go Up?”
Some wonder: “What Is Revenue Neutral?”
Explaining a Time Adjustment, Time Adjustments (In Everyday Language)
Tips to Filing an Effective Appeal, How to File an Effective Appeal
Appeal Hearing FAQ, What to Expect at an Appeal Hearing?
For other questions, see our Revaluation FAQ . This answers common questions we have received from the public, and will be updated periodically.
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.