How does the Assessor's Office review and make a decision about my valuation appeal?

The Summit County Assessor’s Office will review the information and data in our records for your property and confirm that it is correct. If we are uncertain about any information or find any discrepancies, we use a variety of means to research and confirm information, which may include contacting the property owner or scheduling a physical inspection of the property. If we discover information about the property that supports a different value, either lower or higher, we will adjust the value and indicate that adjustment on the Notice of Determination. If no new information about the property is discovered, or considered relevant to the value, the Summit County Assessor’s Office cannot arbitrarily reduce the value of the property.  

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1. How do I appeal my value?
2. What information should I include with my appeal?
3. How do I file an appeal by email?
4. How do I file an appeal by mail?
5. How do I file an appeal in person?
6. How do I file an appeal online?
7. How do I file an appeal with a phone call?
8. Why does the Assessor ask for my contact information?
9. Can another person file an appeal for me (Authorized Agents)?
10. What is the appeal filing deadline?
11. When does the Assessor send a response to my appeal?
12. How does the Assessor's Office review and make a decision about my valuation appeal?