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What authority does the city have to conduct a revaluation?
Wisconsin Law requires market value assessment of all property. The City of Wauwatosa's Assessor's Office periodically revalues all property to keep pace with changes in the market. During a revaluation, all assessments are examined and adjustments are made where necessary to guarantee that all property is assessed at market value. This is done to assure that taxes are distributed equitably and uniformly.

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1. What is the role of the assessor?
2. What authority does the city have to conduct a revaluation?
3. When is next revaluation (re-assessment) scheduled for?
4. What is the difference between estimated fair market value and total assessed value?
5. What is the process of re-assessment for Wauwatosa?
6. My property was appraised at a much lower amount than what it was last assessed at. What steps do I need to take to have our assessment adjusted?
7. Does it cost anything for my property value to be reviewed and/or looked at by your appraiser?
8. After the appraiser looks at my house, how long does it take him to come up with the value?
9. How long does the inspection take?
10. Where can I find answers to property tax exemption questions?
11. How do I find my assessed value?
12. How do I find my lot size?
13. How do I find my parcel number?
14. How do I find the size (square footage) of my property?
15. How do I know if my property is in a flood zone?
16. How do you get your property ownership records changed after the death of a spouse?
17. What is the difference between real and personal property?
18. What is a Request for Review?

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