BC Assessment Advance Value Change Notices
Many Commercial taxpayers are receiving notices from BCA about significant increases in assessed values. This is a courtesy notice sent by BCA to give owners advanced warning of increased values. A proper assessment notice will be mailed in January.
The new value may or may not be market value; however is the increased value appropriate? Is your assessed value greater than other comparable properties?
As there are many idiosyncrasies in the assessment process and assessments are not always equal to market value, we recommend you contact a property tax consultant for advice.
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