How will revaluation affect my tax bill?

The effects of the 2023 revaluation on your next tax bill cannot be determined until operating budgets are adopted and the county and municipal governing bodies have set tax rates for the next fiscal year. Budgets are adopted and tax rates are set prior to July 1 each year.

There are three factors that determine how much tax each property owner must pay:

  • The assessed value of the property
  • The cost of local government-provided services that the residents of the county require
  • The tax rate set by the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners and your municipality (if you live in an incorporated town, city, or village) to meet the cost of government-provided services

Revaluations do not reflect what a property owner's tax bill will be. The assessed value of your property is only one factor that impacts your property tax bill.

Tax rates are set by the Board of Commissioners and municipalities' elected officials annually as part of their fiscal year budget cycles. The next county and municipal tax rates will be set prior to July 2023.

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1. What is a revaluation?
2. Why is Brunswick County revaluing properties?
3. When does the 2023 revaluation go into effect?
4. What does the revaluation process look like?
5. Can I opt out of the revaluation and/or qualify for relief?
6. How will my property value change?
7. How will revaluation affect my tax bill?
8. How can I determine if my new value is correct?
9. After I receive my notice of assessed value, how can I compare my new value to my old value?
10. What if I have questions about my new value?
11. How can I appeal my new value?