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What is the Montgomery County Board of Assessment?
Counties within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania have a Board of Assessment Appeals which has the responsibility to administer assessments. The Board is an independent agency appointed by the County Commissioners. The Board was specially created by the Pennsylvania Legislature to assess all real estate in the County for the taxing districts (County, Municipality, and School District). The Department has the authority to make all assessments of real property for taxation purposes. One of the Board's duties is hearing assessment appeals.

Board of Assessment Appeals

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1. What is a property assessment?
2. Who actually sets my assessment?
3. What is the Montgomery County Board of Assessment?
4. What is meant by "uniform" assessment rate?
5. What is "Market Value"?
6. Isn't "Market Value" what I paid for my property?
7. What is the difference between an assessment and taxes?
8. How do I appeal my assessment?
9. What happens after I file an assessment appeal?
10. What happens at the assessment appeal hearing?
11. How do I prove value of my home?
12. What happens after the assessment appeal hearing?
13. What happens if I don't agree with the Board's decision?
14. Are there programs available for those who have hardship cases?
15. Whom do I contact if I need information regarding tax rates and tax dollars?