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Posted: Sunday, March 31, 2013 9:30 pm | Updated: 12:50 pm, Mon Apr 1, 2013.

The Notices of Value that the Santa Fe County Assessor’s Office will mail out Monday, which tell residential property owners how much their property is valued for tax purposes, will include new information, thanks to a law that takes effect for the first time this year.

The law, which was created during the 2012 legislative session, requires assessors to include property valuation information such as value, exemptions, tax rate and amount of tax for the previous year as well as the current year. In the past, the form only provided information for the current year.

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2 comments:

  • Paul White posted at 8:14 am on Tue, Apr 2, 2013.

    Pabloblanco Posts: 45

    Because the examination showed that most properties went down in value we should see that reflected in our assessments?

     
  • Jorge Negrete posted at 8:40 am on Mon, Apr 1, 2013.

    Jorge Negrete Posts: 14

    I wish the former county clerk had run for assessor. She turned the clerks office around when it came to customer service from being the worst to one of the best customer service experience I've had with any government office.

    When you walk into the assessor's office, they treat you like you're trying to rob the place, while Domingo hides in his office.

     

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