Next Phase of Reappraisal Project
Auditor John S. Federer wishes to thank the citizens and taxpayers of Clark County for their overwhelming response to the residential data collection effort with respect to the 2013 Property Reappraisal. “All residential property data collection has been completed and the information obtained is now being reviewed to ensure that the Auditor’s office has complete and accurate records,” Federer said. “I want to thank the community for their participation and diligence in assisting us with this important process. It is vital that the information be as accurate as possible.”
The second phase of the project involves gathering information concerning commercial properties. A letter is being prepared requesting economic information on lease-type properties. This information will be analyzed and used to develop market income data for the application of the income approach to value.. It is important to note that the letter will appear on County Auditor letterhead; however, all information will be sent to Tyler Technologies, Inc., a highly skilled and professional mass appraisal firm, under contract to assist the County Auditor in the state-mandated reappraisal. “Please be assured that all information will be held in the strictest confidence. We want to make the commercial property owners aware that these requests are being sent out, and we invite your participation in this process,” said Federer.
“To the best of our knowledge, this commercial mailing process is new to Clark County,” explained Federer. “Our intention is to work hard to communicate to the constituents where we are in this process and why it is important. I am looking forward to a quality outcome of our 2013 Reappraisal, and it is an honor for me to work for the citizens and taxpayers of Clark County.” As always if there are any questions, please call the Auditor’s Office at (937) 521-1878.