How often must the appraiser review my property?
Under Minnesota Statute 273.08, the appraiser is required to physically review each property at least once every five years. The appraiser may visit your property at shorter intervals for any of the following reasons:
  • To review new construction as a result of a permit. The appraiser may stop by each year until all of the work is completed
  • To complete a review appraisal for an appeal, such as the Local Board of Appeal and Equalization or a tax petition
  • To review the property at the property owner's request
  • To review the property at any time the assessor feels that the property information may be in error and/or an incorrect value may have been placed on the property

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1. Am I notified when my property is going to be appraised?
2. How often must the appraiser review my property?
3. What happens if I do not let the appraiser in my home?
4. Why must the appraiser view the inside of the property?
5. Will the appraiser be able to tell me what the value of my property is at the conclusion of my appointment?