Forsyth County property owners now have
the option to see their 2020 Real Property Assessment online, review comparable properties and file an appeal for their property value, if necessary.
“We are excited to introduce this new
way to review property assessments online,” said Director of the Board of
Assessors and Chief Appraiser Mary Kirkpatrick. “If a resident needs to file an
appeal for their property value, they can now do so from the comfort of their
home without having to enter the Board of Assessors office.”
Property assessments can be viewed
online by visiting the Board of Assessors page on the County’s website,
forsythco.com, or by clicking here. Visitors to the page can find their property assessment by
searching the owner’s name, parcel number or address of the property. A
property summary, owner information, assessed value, maps and a link to submit
an appeal will be available for review.
2020 Real Property Assessment Notices
were mailed to County residents on May 21, 2020. Property owners will have the
opportunity to appeal their property value as shown in the assessment notice
for 45 days after the date of the notice. The last day to file an appeal on
real estate will be July 6, 2020.
Each Property Assessment notice is
informational and is not a bill. The
dollar amount included on this informational notice is an estimate based on the
previous year's millage rate and is subject to change before the actual tax
bill goes out later in the year. For more information, please visit the Board of Assessors webpage at forsythco.com.