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In July 2013, Gov. Pat McCrory signed a bill passed by the North Carolina General Assembly which authorized Mecklenburg County to provide refunds, with interest, to home owners whose properties were overvalued as part of the 2011 property tax revaluation.
Beginning in October, at their regularly scheduled meeting each second Tuesday, the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners will make recommended changes on property abstracts and tax records. After the Board approves changes, Mecklenburg County and municipalities will send out revised notices of value and refund checks as appropriate.
Any increases in value will be retroactive to the revaluation date, but no penalties for these "discoveries" will be assessed. Unpaid taxes will accrue to the current year property tax bills. All property owners will have the right to appeal results of the independent review in accordance with the Machinery Act.
Taxpayers with questions should call 311 (704-336-4600 from outside the County) or visit the main office at
700 East Stonewall Street. ***
If you are due a refund from the revaluation review process, you may receive multiple checks if you reside in one of the six municipalities in Mecklenburg County ***
If you have additional questions about the review process please see the list of
Frequently Asked Review Questions or dial 311 or
email the Assessor's Office
Changes in Value as a Result of the 2011 Revaluation Review: (Session law 2013-362)
If you are not satisfied with the property value you receive as a result of the review you may appeal this value to the Mecklenburg County Assessor's Office
within the time frame stated on the notice.
The property owner must submit evidence to support why the assessed value is incorrect. The evidence must be based on market sales or values of comparable properties prior to the Jan. 1, 2011 revaluation date.
Other Changes in Value (NOT as a Result of the 2011 Revaluation Review):
If you have received a notice of value change for any reason other than the 2011 Revaluation Review you may appeal that value change to the Mecklenburg County Assessor's Office
no later than the date on your notice.
The property owner must submit evidence to support why the assessed value is incorrect. The evidence must be based on the market sales or values of comparable properties as of the Jan. 1, 2011.
Submit all Appeals:
Board Of Equalization and Review
Real Property Appeal
P.O. Box 31127
Charlotte, North Carolina 28231
Mecklenburg County – Assessor’s Office
Bob Walton Plaza
700 East Stonewall Street, Suite 103
Charlotte, NC 28202
Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm
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