Revaluation is a process required by North Carolina law where all property (land and buildings within Mecklenburg County) is revalued to its current market value as of Jan. 1. 

To meet expectations in a fast growing region, Mecklenburg County conducts a revaluation every four years. 

Because property taxes are based on a property's market value, without periodic revaluation, some property owners would pay more than their share of property tax while others would pay less than their share. Revaluation resets property tax values so all taxpayers pay their fair share.

Important Resources

Tools & Resources

  • My Property Values

    Look up detailed information about real estate properties in Mecklenburg County, including assessed value, tax bills, and much more.

  • Property Value Appeals

    The appeal process is an essential component of property valuation.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you better understand your rights and the process.

Market value is determined by...

The Assessor’s Office spends two years visiting and observing properties to determine an accurate market value.

For Questions and Support

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