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Jan 13, 2020

You Can Now View Your New Nassau County Assessment

Nassau County residents can now check the tentative assessments of their home for the 2021-22 tax year. The county updated the assessments of some homes, which will lead to changes in property taxes.

County Executive Laura Curran said that the county used new technology and the most current information to identify the actual market values of homes.

“When our homeowners pay town, school, special district, and county taxes, they deserve assurance that the amounts they are paying are fair and equitable,” said Curran. “I am proud to say we are now in our second year of producing more accurate, up-to-date property values utilizing the most current data available and the latest technology. Thanks to the hard work of our assessment team, we’ve made real progress in fixing the prior administration’s corrupted, broken property assessment system.”

Nassau County residents can now check the tentative assessments of their home for the 2021-22 tax year. The county updated the assessments of some homes, which will lead to changes in property taxes.

County Executive Laura Curran said that the county used new technology and the most current information to identify the actual market values of homes.

“When our homeowners pay town, school, special district, and county taxes, they deserve assurance that the amounts they are paying are fair and equitable,” said Curran. “I am proud to say we are now in our second year of producing more accurate, up-to-date property values utilizing the most current data available and the latest technology. Thanks to the hard work of our assessment team, we’ve made real progress in fixing the prior administration’s corrupted, broken property assessment system.”

Nassau County residents can now check the tentative assessments of their home for the 2021-22 tax year. The county updated the assessments of some homes, which will lead to changes in property taxes.

County Executive Laura Curran said that the county used new technology and the most current information to identify the actual market values of homes.

“When our homeowners pay town, school, special district, and county taxes, they deserve assurance that the amounts they are paying are fair and equitable,” said Curran. “I am proud to say we are now in our second year of producing more accurate, up-to-date property values utilizing the most current data available and the latest technology. Thanks to the hard work of our assessment team, we’ve made real progress in fixing the prior administration’s corrupted, broken property assessment system.”

Published by Long Beach Patch

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