What happens after field work is complete?
After all data is compiled and new values are set according to methods prescribed in the Wisconsin Property Assessment Manual, property owners will receive notices of assessment in the mail. The notice will indicate the date(s) and time(s) for the Open Book, an informal and informative one-on-one meeting with the assessors to discuss how the value was reached. All values established during the revaluation will be available for inspection and comparison. The assessor will review property attributes with the home owner. Corrections can be made at the Open Book if needed. If a property owner still does not agree with their property’s established value after attending the Open Book session, they will have an opportunity to attend the Board of Review to formally contest the value. The date and time of the Board of Review is also on the assessment notice.

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1. What is the purpose of a revaluation?
2. What does a field inpection entail?
3. Should a property owner be concerned?
4. What if I refuse to allow a physical inspection of my property?
5. What happens after field work is complete?
6. How can I find out how my neighbor's assessments compare to mine?