2024 Reappraisal Information

Key Dates

January 1st
New Reappraisal Values are Effective
Assessment Notices are Mailed. If you disagree with the new value, submit an Informal Appeal Form within 30 days of Notice Date - Staff will reach out within 45 days to schedule your informal review
Results from Informal Appeals are Mailed. If unresolved, submit a Formal Appeal Form to the Board of Equalization & Review 
Appellants Notified of Formal Appeal Hearing Dates with the Board of Equalization & Review - If unresolved, property owners have 30 days from the Board's decision to file an appeal with the North Carolina Property Tax Commission. 
Tax Bill reflecting New Values Mailed
September 1st
Taxes are Due. Taxpayers will have through January 5th of each year to pay before incurring a penalty.
  1. Property Tax Appeal Process
  2. File Online 
  3. Find Property Data & Comparable Sales
  4. Frequently Asked Questions
  1. Appeal Online
  2. Appeal by Mail

Submit an Appeal Online:

* Appellants who do not hold an ownership interest in the subject property must file a completed power of attorney form signed by the owner(s) with this office. 

  1. Informal Appeal Form
  2. Formal Appeal Form

Informal Review Form

  1. Informal Review Form

    If you are appealing the new market value, this form must be completed in its entirety. The real estate owner must demonstrate that the assessed value is substantially higher than the market value, or assessed value is inequitable with similar properties. Make sure to attach copies of appraisals, tax assessments, photos, and all supporting documentation. Appellants who do not hold an ownership interest in the subject property must file a completed Power of Attorney form signed by the owner(s) with this office. 

    If you do not wish to fill out the online form, click here for a hard copy to print, fill out, and mail or return to Pitt County Tax Assessor’s Office, PO Box 43, Greenville, NC 27835-0043.

    If you need assistance, please contact us via email at Taxadmin.realproperty@pittcountync.gov, or by phone number at (252) 902-3380.

    You cannot appeal your property value based on:

    1. Its percent increase or decrease
    2. Your ability to pay the anticipated tax
  2. B. What is the basis of your opinion? (Check all that apply)*
  3. Commercial or Income producing property, please include the three most current years’ income and expense information.

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