File a Request for Review
If you do not agree with your Real Property Assessment value, you can submit a Request for Review (RfR) within 30 days of the mailing date on your annual Assessment Notice. Our highly trained assessors will review it free of charge and provide unbiased valuations using appraisal industry best practices.
Misplaced or need a copy of your Annual Property Assessment Notice?
Please call 1-888-762-8600.
The Request for Review process is for those who feel their property’s assessed value does not reflect Real and True Value (market value). Market value is the price a property would likely sell for on the open real estate market. Learn more about market value and search sale prices of properties in your area.
This is the first official level of appeal. When the assessor receives your Request for Review, he or she will contact you to confirm property details and discuss particular valuation issues. Following the review, the assessor will send you a notice of the decision. Enclosed with the decision will be the Notice of Appeal and the information needed, in the case that you wish to move on to the second level of appeal with the Assessment and Planning Appeal Board.
You can file a Request for Review (RfR) if:
- You are recipient of the Annual Property Assessment Notice
- You are the property owner’s authorized representative
- Online (below)
- By phone: 1-888-762-8600 (toll free within North America) or 1-506-684-7901 (outside North America). Hours of operation: Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. (AST)., Saturday 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (AST)
For those requiring assistance, you may call to schedule an appointment to meet with an assessor in your region.
You must provide:
- Property Account Number (PAN)
- Access Key
- Full, complete and detailed reasons for objecting to the Real Property Assessment value
- Full name, mailing address (including postal code) and telephone number
When the assessor receives your Request for Review, he or she will contact you to confirm property details and discuss particular valuation issues. At this time, you will be able to provide additional documents to support your reason for objecting to the assessment value (if applicable).
Your Request for Review (RfR) must be submitted within 30 days of the mailing date on your Property Assessment Notice. The deadline is also printed at the bottom of your notice, in the section “Understanding Your Property Assessment Value”. Click here to see an example.
To get started with an online Request for Review of your property’s assessed value below, you will be asked to provide your Property Account Number (PAN) and Access Key; please have your Property Assessment Notice available before beginning the process.