What's the taxpayers responsibility in filing an appeal?
If the Notice of Valuation reflects a value you disagree with or if you have questions about the valuation, contact your county assessor. If you do not receive a notice you must call our office or you may lose you rights to further appeal. Do not wait until you receive your tax bill next January.

If you are dissatisfied with the County Board of Equalization’s Decision:
You may appeal to the Board of Assessment Appeals (BAA), to the County Commissioners for binding arbitration, or the District Court of the county in which the property is located. You must appeal within 30 days of the County Board of Equalization's decision. Your determination for the County Board of Equalization will include procedures to file for arbitration, a BAA hearing, or District Court.

What about decisions reached through the arbitration process?
Decisions reached through the arbitration procedure are final and not subject to review.

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1. What does my county assessor do?
2. Why is property taxed in Colorado?
3. How is my property value determined?
4. Do all assessments or values change at the same rate?
5. How can my assessment or value change when I haven't done anything to my property?
6. What are the factors used in determining value?
7. What is a "sales study period?"
8. Why is the sales price adjusted for some sales?
9. What is time trending and why is it necessary?
10. What is an "arm's length transaction"?
11. If my property value has increased, will my property taxes go up?
12. How do I estimate taxes on a new house?
13. How do I estimate taxes on vacant land?
14. Why is vacant land and commercial assessed at 29%, and residential at 7.96%?
15. Who sets the tax rate or mill levy?
16. How does the TABOR Amendment affect my valuation?
17. How are foreclosure sales considered?
18. How can I verify the value on my property?
19. If I bought my house within the last two years, shouldn’t the value be the same as what I paid for it?
20. How is actual square footage determined?
21. My house wasn’t complete on January 1. How was it valued?
22. My property doesn't compare to the expensive home down the street that just sold. Are you valuing my property based on that property?
23. My Notice of Valuation shows land value and improvement value, but I didn’t make any improvements. Why did my value increase when I have not done anything to improve my property?
24. How can I determine if the appraisal of my home is accurate?
25. If I disagree with the Assessor’s valuation of my property, what should I do?
26. What happens after I appeal?
27. Is the month of May the only time I can appeal a valuation?
28. What's the taxpayers responsibility in filing an appeal?
29. Who pays the taxes due on property I sold or purchased?
30. How do I change my address?
31. How do I change my name or add a name, or take a name off the ownership of my property?
32. What is the difference between a quitclaim deed and a warranty deed?
33. How do I change title on my property?
34. How can I correct the acreage on my property description?