Open Book and Board of Review-Update

Open Book and Board of Review-Update

05/07/2020

Open Book - Monday, July 13 from 11-2 p.m. and 3-6 p.m. appointments by phone

                      Tuesday, July 14 from 9-12 p.m. and 1-3 p.m.  appointments by phone

Board of Review - Wednesday, August 19, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m., Town Hall

COVID-19 - UPDATE/ALERT

Open book with be done via the phone.  It will be just like face to face open books, as in the past, but just done over the phone.  Online scheduling is available.  If you wish to speak with one of the appraisers, please log on to www.accurateassessor.com and click on the online scheduling link.  Next, choose the open book appointment link.  Please follow the directions, as the entire process should only take a few minutes.  You will be prompted for a password for your municipality.  Your password is TB10.  If you do not have Internet access, please call Accurate Appraisal at 920-749-8098 or if outside the local calling area 1-800-770-3927.  If you cannot make the arranged appointment times and you wish to discuss your assessment with the Assessor, you can call Accurate or e-mail them at  question@accurateassessorcom.  When speaking with the assessor, PLEASE HAVE YOUR NOTICE HANDY.  If you are no longer the owner of the property described on the enclosed property assessment notice, please return it to Accurate Appraisal LLC, PO Box 415, Menasha, WI 54952.

 If, after the Open Book session, you wish to object to the assessment, contact the Town of Buchanan at (920) 734-8599 to file a "Form of Objection" and to schedule an appointment before the local Board of Review.  You will need to file a written or oral intent to object with the Municipal Clerk at least 48 hours prior to the Board of Review.  The Board of Review will be meeting at the Buchanan Town Hall on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 from 6 PM to 8 PM.
                                               

Appearances at the Board of Review are by prior appointment only.  The Board of Review functions like a court in that it is required to evaluate evidence based on facts.  You must provide factual information showing your property is incorrectly assessed.