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The Office of the Assessor of Real Estate strives to maintain accurate real estate records. Please notify us immediately should you identify or suspect an error in your property information by sending us an email to: email@example.com
Not necessarily. One sale does not constitute market value. Sales of similar properties must also be reviewed and analyzed to determine if a single sale is an accurate estimate of fair market value. Learn more.
If you are displaced from your home or business for more than thirty (30) days, you may be eligible for a Real Estate Tax abatement. A Real Estate Tax Abatement Application must be submitted by, or on behalf of the owner with notarized agent authorization form, within six (6) months of the date that the building was razed, destroyed, or damaged.
Property can appreciate in value if the market desirability increases, even without making physical enhancements.
The Office of the Assessor of Real Estate is required by the Code of Virginia and the City of Hampton Municipal Code to assess all real estate at 100% of fair market value.
No. However, interior inspections allow the appraiser to address less than or better than average conditions as well as other interior features of the property. Interior inspections are made by appointment only.