Owners Should Receive Notice of Valuation Changes Soon

Lincoln — The Nebraska Department of Revenue’s Property Assessment Division reminds property owners that real prop­erty Notices of Valuation Change should have been sent by county assessors on or before June 1.

If there was an increase or de­crease from the 2018 assessed val­uation of a real property parcel to the 2019 assessed value, the county assessor is required to send a notice of valuation change to the property owner of record as of May 20. 

If a property owner disagrees with the assessed value, whether or not a notice of valuation change has been received, a protest may be filed with the county board of equalization.

The valuation protest may be filed in person or by mail with the county clerk in the county where the property is located, on or be­fore June 30. Requirements for fil­ing a protest are on the Notice of Valuation Change.

For more information regard­ing filing a protest, contact the county clerk where the property is located. Contacts are available at revenue.nebraska.gov/PAD under “Featured Information.”

For more information, see the Real Property Valuation Protest Information Guide available at tinyurl.com/y6ax9cs8.

– Nebraska Department of Revenue



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