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Tax Collections & Property Assessment Launch Redesigned Website

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Everything you need to know about your property is now in one easy-to-navigate location. Buncombe County Tax Collections and Property Assessment have teamed up to launch the newly redesigned website at tax.buncombecounty.org. The new site is live as of Dec. 12.

Following a community survey and feedback from the Ad Hoc Reappraisal Committee, staff has taken suggestions and made changes to Buncombe County’s most-visited webpage, tax.buncombecounty.org. Searching for information about your property value, property record card, and property tax bill is as easy as entering your address. “Our Tax Lookup site has gone through a significant overhaul,” says Tax Collector Jennifer Pike. “Thanks to our custom dev team, we have been able to design around the user experience. By entering search criteria and choosing a property, the property details now flow to most actions or information the user is interested in, without needing to reenter property information or initiate another search.”

Consider this site your homeowner’s toolkit with popular tax resources now in one easy-to-find place. Use Discover Buncombe to find a variety of other information like where to vote, your closest parks, and even crime data for neighborhoods close to you. Explore GIS maps, start a property value appeal, pay your tax bill, or apply for an exemption all from one starting place.

“Buncombe County residents, that’s what it’s all about,” stresses Property Assessor Keith Miller. “We continue to look for new and innovative ways to serve our residents. Our goal is to provide data transparency along with an educational component so residents can better understand property assessment.”

Explore your property today.

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Updated Dec 16, 2022 03:28 PM
Published Dec 12, 2022 01:00 PM


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