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What is Revaluation?
Revaluation is a process in which all property within a taxing jurisdiction (in this case Mecklenburg County) is revalued to its current market value as of an established date. The date of the countywide revaluation is established by the
Board of County Commissioners, and the preparation required by the County Assessor begins well before that date. The Mecklenburg County Assessor's Office appraises all real property (land, buildings and other improvements to land) as of that established date.
The next countywide revaluation has an effective date of Jan. 1, 2019.
The Modria online service provides various ways to look up information about real estate properties in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, as recorded by the Tax Assessor.
This includes information about current ownership, mailing address, legal property description, property values, building details, land use, sales, deeds, tax bills, street maps and more.
Modria Inquiries available year round. Assessment appeals accepted until the Board of Equalization and Review adjournment, or within 30 days after a notice of a change in value. The Comper feature, which provides comparable sales, is available for residential property sales.
video for Modia information, or visit our
Support page which contains FAQs.
January 2019: Notices of Value Mailing
July 2019: Tax Bill Mailing - FY20 Collection
In 2019, the Mecklenburg County Assessor's Office will be conducting a revaluation for the first time since 2011.
The County Assessor's Office made changes to its revaluation process. Learn more!
This video explains the property information that is available through Modria and how to use the system to make inquiries.
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