Question: How is Agricultural productivity value determined?
Question: How is the mill levy determined?
Question: What are Special Assessments and Drain Assessments?
Question: What is an appraisal?
For financing appraisals, the appraiser is sometimes asked to determine market value, subject to assumption of the balance of special assessments. In those cases, the contributory value of the special assessment improvements must be added to estimate true and full value for assessment purposes; as assessors are required to assess all improvements, free and clear of the encumbrance.
Question: What is Market Value and how is it estimated?
Question: What is the 5% tax discount?
Question: What is True and Full Value, Assessed Value, and Taxable Value?
Question: Why does the assessor's estimate of value differ from my estimate?
If the assessment is higher than your estimate, it may be that your estimate is subject to assumption of special assessments. Otherwise you may want to contact your city or township assessor and have your assessment reviewed.