For tax purposes, Connecticut municipalities reassess real estate once every five years. Stamford has just completed its reassessment and the new assessments are expected to be shared with owners at the end of this month. So now is the time to consider the value of your property and whether a tax appeal may be necessary.
During reappraisal, Stamford values properties using a method called “mass appraisal”. This approach is not as accurate as a typical assessment, but it is cost effective for the city.
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