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.
- My Property Value
View your current property value.
- File for an Informal Review
Search for your property and file an informal review.
- 2023 Uniform Schedule of Values
Download the 2023 Uniform Schedule of Values, Standards and Rules.
- Informal Quick Review Guide
Learn how to file an informal review.
- 2022 Commercial Data Study
Read the 2022 Commercial Data Study.
- Revaluation Presentation
Read and watch County Assessor Ken Joyner's 2023 presentation.