2012 is a real estate tax reassessment year for Indiana real property taxes. Every property in the state will be examined by a county assessor to determine if the assessed value of the property should change. The assessment of thousands of commercial properties across the state are expected to increase by the time reassessment is complete.
If you receive your notice of assessment (Form 11) in the mail, and do not believe you could sell your property for the assessed value, your property may be over-assessed and an Indiana property tax appeal could be beneficial. To determine if you may benefit from an appeal, use the Indiana property tax calculator below.
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Disclaimer: This estimate is based on a 3% tax rate. Rates may vary by county or property type (e.g., commercial, rental, etc.). Estimated value has to be proven to an assessor and/or county board using circumstantial evidence or an appraisal to legally appeal an Indiana assessment.
For help filing a property tax appeal, contact Chad Miller or fill out the following form: