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Certificate of
Excellence in
Assessment
Administration
 

The IAAO
(International
Association of
Assessing Officers) awards offices that utilize best appraisal and assessment practices with a  Certificate of Excellence.
Our office received this distinction in  2012, and we continue to serve property owners in Nashville and Davidson County with a high level of excellence.


 

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The deadline to file a Schedule B was Monday March 2, 2015.

The law requires that the Schedule B forms be mailed by February 1, 2015, and that returns be filed "on or before" March 2, 2015.   However, since this represents such a short turnaround time, and because our primary interest is in getting all appraisals correct, we consider all information made available to us for review before we complete the appraisals and send the required assessment change notices in May.

Please understand that if you did not file on or before the March 2, 2015, deadline, the law requires your assessment for 2015 to be "forced."  Filings prior to the deadline are considered "reported" accounts.

If you are now submitting information, please be aware that we must have the information as soon as possible no later than April 24, 2015. We have a responsibility to review all 24,000-plus accounts in a short period of time.

If you are familiar with the process you may begin by clicking on the button below:

SCHEDULE B

If you would like more information you may visit our Personal Property page by clicking here.

Please call the Personal Property department at (615) 862-6073 with any questions.


Distinguished Assessment Jurisdiction AwardAssessor of Property Office receives Distinguished Assessment Jurisdiction Award

Click here for the news release.


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Assessor of Property Office Proudly Claims CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE in ASSESSMENT ADMINISTRATION

From Fair & Equitable, Mary Odom, MLS

The IAAO (International Association of Assessing Officers) Certificate of Excellence in Assessment Administration (CEAA) recognizes jurisdictions that utilize best appraisal and assessment practices in their offices.  Because the program is directed at an entire jurisdiction rather than an individual, the requirements place a strong emphasis on teamwork and group achievement.  Jurisdictions that earn this designation have demonstrated a high level of proficiency in the assessment disciplines to both their constituents and their peers.

The IAAO is the preeminent authority on assessment administration, and the CEAA is the highest professional honor an assessment jurisdiction can obtain.

Davidson County, Tennessee, Assessor's Office is the first jurisdiction in that state to earn the CEAA.

The office initially entered the program because it recognized that having the IAAO, the preeminent authority on assessment administration, independently and objectively determine that it is meeting standards and best practices in the appraisal profession will enhance the public trust.

Nineteen staff members were directly involved with writing the submission, a process that took precisely 358 days from start to finish.  In retrospect, Davidson County said it should have applied sooner for the program to get an earlier start.

The most valuable thing Davidson County learned about its jurisdiction is that assessment administration, in all its facets, must be, at its core, about providing high-quality service to the taxpayers and property owners of the county.  Staff members recommend focusing on organization on the front end of the project because it is a significant and undertaking, and not to procrastinate, so as to meet the one-year deadline.

 

IMPORTANT
ANNOUNCEMENTS

1.  2015 INFORMAL REVIEW PERIOD HAS BEGUN:

You may request a review of your property by clicking on the link to WEBPRO PROPERTY DATA above. Basic instructions on filing a request can be found by clicking on REQUEST A REVIEW OF PROPERTY APPRAISAL above. The deadline to request an informal review is 4:30 PM on May 01, 2015.
If you need assistance in filing your request, please call our office at (615)862-6080.

2.  CALCULATE TAXES
NEW CERTIFIED TAX RATE VOTED INTO LAW IN 2013
You may calculate your taxes using our on-line calculator.
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HERE for
self-service!
 
3.  CURRENT NEWS
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If you plan to visit our office and you need
ADA Assistance,
please contact
Kristina Ratcliff
862-6998.

 

 


Assessor of Property for Davidson County, TN
P.O. Box 196305
Nashville, TN 37219-6305

Physical Address:  700 2nd Ave S, Suite 210
Nashville, TN 37210

Phone (Main Line):  (615) 862-6080
Fax:  (615) 862-6057

Open 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday