Can I review the sales information used in establishing the assessed value of my property?

Property owners appealing their assessment may review the sales that were used to determine the fair market value of their property during the 30 day appeal period.  The assessor must mail the Notice of Assessment by the fourth Monday in April.  Property owners may not further disclose this sales information to anyone else, however the information may be introduced later in the event of a formal appeal of a tax assessment.  Any further disclosure is prohibited by state law. 

The Notice of Assessment will contain the "Date Mailed".  All appeals must be filed within 30 days of the "Date Mailed".  

As there are no exceptions to the 30 day filing period, please make sure that your mailing address is up to date, and that you contact the assessor’s office if you have not received your Notice of Assessment by the end of April.  

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1. How often is property appraised in Teton County?
2. When can I expect the Assessor’s Office to complete an on-site inspection of my property?
3. What should I do if I disagree with the value on my assessment?
4. Why did my value change?
5. How did you arrive at the value of my property?
6. How do you acquire actual sales prices?
7. Can I review the sales information used in establishing the assessed value of my property?
8. Will my taxes go up if the market value of my property increases?
9. If I paid $86,000, why does my assessment schedule say $87,500?
10. Are all sales used in the market studies?
11. What is the level of assessment?
12. What is a mill levy?
13. How is the mill levy determined?
14. Is agricultural land valued differently than other properties?
15. What is real property?
16. What is personal property?
17. What is the deadline for reporting personal property?
18. If I am trading in a vehicle and purchasing a new vehicle, do I pay sales tax on the sales price before or after trade?
19. What forms of payment will the Treasurer accept?