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Assessors estimate property market value and classify them according to their use for property tax purposes.Each year the assessor reviews the market valuation of your property to determine if changes in the real estate market require a change in the estimated market value.Property values are based on the typical sales prices which fluctuate with general market conditions such as the general economy, property locations, supply and demand, demographic changes, and changes in tax laws.Per Minnesota state laws, as property values change in the market place, those changes must be reflected in the assessor's Estimated Market Values.The property tax is the result of actions taken by all three entities (the State Legislature, Local Governments and the assessor).Go to us and click on Parcel Info Lookup or call the Auditor/Treasurer's Office for a copy of your tax statement (320-762-3077) or call the Assessor's Office for a copy of your value notice (320-762-3884).
The taxes you pay are proportionate to your estimated market value and use classification on your property as observed by the Assessor's Office.Please use the Taxpayer Address Change Request Form listed on the right.You can submit this information to Douglas County by using the Submit by E-mail button on the form or you can print the document and mail it to the Auditor-Treasurer's Office at 305 8th Ave W, Alexandria MN 56308.Some of the factors that can affect value are location, condition, size, quality of construction, the number of baths, basement finish, garages, and many others.Taxing jurisdictions such as the county, schools, cities, and townships, adopt their levy after public hearings.
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Different types of property within the same neighborhood may show different value changes.