980-314-4226Send an Email
Work and Performance Plan
is the process where all property (land and buildings) within Mecklenburg County
is revalued to its current market value as of an established date, in this case
January 1, 2023.
taxes are based on the market value of your property. Without periodic
revaluation, some property owners would pay more than their share of property
tax while others would pay less than their share. Revaluation resets property
tax values so all taxpayers pay their fair share.
North Carolina law requires all counties to conduct a property revaluation at least every eight years to determine its market value. Mecklenburg County has advanced its cycle to conduct a revaluation every four years.
Assessor’s Office has spent two years determining the market
value of all properties. County assessors will visit and observe all properties to:
January 1, 2023: Countywide revaluation effective date
May 25, 2023: Deadline to file a formal appeal to the Board of Equalization and Review
July 2023: Tax Bill Mailing
My Property Value
Find info on your property value after March 17, 2023.
Request a Reval Speaker
We'd love to speak to your group about revaluation.
Have questions or disagree with your assessed value?
Frequently Asked Questions
Not sure what revaluation is? Check out these FAQs.