When Can I Appeal My Property Value?
Any property value may be appealed annually whether the town has changed the base or not. The appeal must be timely or within the normal, annual work cycle for changing values. We consider a request timely if received before the close of annual grievance appeal hearings.

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1. When Can I Appeal My Property Value?
2. How do I Grieve My Property Value?
3. What Information do I Need to Support a Grievance?
4. Who Can Represent Me at a Grievance?
5. What Can I do if Not Satisfied with the Outcome with the Assessor?
6. What is the Relationship Between the Grand List and the Local Real Estate Market?
7. Why did My Tax Bill Increase When my Value did not Change?
8. When does the Town do a Re-Valuation?
9. How Often do I Have to Declare my Homestead as Being in Shelburne, Vermont?
10. Why do Exempt Properties, Including Churches Have to Report a Value in Shelburne?