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County Assessor notice of increase in valuation of real property

Monday, March 25, 2024 - Sequoyah County Assessor Brandy Dobbs recently announced that notices regarding the increase valuation of property were sent out to county taxpayers on March 15, 2024.

Dobbs stated, “The filing period for exemptions is extended by 30 days from the date of the letter to April 15, 2024.” 


An example notice was provided by Dobbs to assist Sequoyah County citizens in reading their valuation increase notice.

The area shaded in blue is residents' fair cash or Market value. This is what a property should bring with a willing seller and a willing buyer on the market.


The area shaded in pink is the property value that a resident's taxes will be assessed from for 2024. It shall not be greater than 3%-5% of the previous year's assessed value unless a new value to a property was added from the previous year.


Article 10 8B of the Oklahoma Constitution prevents the assessed value from increasing more than 3% if there is a Homestead and 5% without a Homestead.


The incremental raise will continue until your property reaches fair cash/market value. If the overall value of a property is lowered from the previous year no notice will be sent out.


Those wishing to appeal their fair cash value have 30 days from the date on the notice to appeal fair cash value.


It is important to note that one cannot legally protest the amount of their tax bill and that the County Assessor’s office does not control the millage rate.


“As always, my office staff is here to answer any questions you may have so don't hesitate to reach out,” Dobbs added. 


For questions regarding your property’s fair cash market value contact the Sequoyah County Assessor’s Office at 918-775-2062.

Lindsie Dyer, KXMX Staff Writer

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