There is still time to meet with Tyler Technologies to review your initial assessment!
The Hudson Sprain Association of Realtors recently hosted an informational session for local realtors to educate everyone about the Town of Greenburgh, NY property reassessment.
Edye McCarthy, the Town of Greenburgh assessor, spoke and answered many questions about the process thus far and what will take place moving forward. Her office number is (914) 989-1520.
Tyler Technologies was the company that was hired to reassess all properties in the Town of Greenburgh. They did what is called a “mass appraisal”. If you were to sell your home, would it sell for close to the assessed price Tyler has estimated? If the value given to your property seems off, maybe assessed much higher that you could sell it for, then you should make an appointment to meet with Tyler and let them know there has been an error in their estimated value.
Call them at 1-800-273-8605 and make an appointment for your assessment to be reviewed. It is not too late, you have until May 7, 2016 to meet with a Tyler representative.
Town of Greenburgh website: http://www.greenburghny.com/
Tyler Technologies Website: http://mmrc.tylertech.com/_PT/search/CommonSearch.aspx?mode=ADDRESS
When you have your appointment set, it is important to go prepared with information that will help support what you feel is the value of your home.
- Photographs showing the current condition of your property
- Cost estimates related to improvements, damage or repairs
- An appraisal from a licensed appraiser or current market analysis from a realtor no more than 3years old
If after meeting with Tyler, you still feel the value is not correct, you will have an opportunity to grieve your assessment with the Town of Greenburgh once the assessment roles are published.
Important dates to be aware of:
- June 1, 2016:Tentative assessment role will be published by the Town of Greenburgh
- June 1 & 2, 2016: Assessment notices will be mailed out
- June 1-21, 2016: Informal process to review the new assessment, you can meet with Edye if you feel your assessment is incorrect
- June 21- September 2016: Formal appeal process
You can call the assessor’s office with any questions you have at (914) 989-1520 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.