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NOTICE OF VALUATIONS for your Arizona property from the Pima County Assessor go out in February each year.  State law regulates the assessment process.   

If you feel the value needs to be appealed, there is a limited time to do so and a specific process to follow.  The Pima County Assessor has an excellent website (http://www.asr.pima.gov/) where you can find critical dates for appeals, download forms for appeals, and access relative information.

I have been involved with a few real estate agents have gotten together to do a radio program on Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM on FM 104.1, The Truth.  

The program is called TUCSON NOW and the website is www.TucsonNow.us.  The Pima County Assessor, Bill Staples, was one of our first shows and offered plenty of suggestions for a successful appeal.  

You can download the show by clicking here, or using the following link: http://www.rockingmranch.net/uploads/tucson_now_2-6.mp3.   One of the important points of this interview has to do with the Proposition 104 SENIOR PROPERTY EVALUATION PROTECTION - freezing of valuations for the elderly and possible negative impacts.

Our website, www.ilovetucson.com, is always available for your real estate needs.

Sincerely,

 Louis Mindes

Vice President

Long Realty Company

Lou@ILOVETUCSON.com  

www.ILOVETUCSON.com

520-918-5751

800-844-9933 ext. 5751