2009 Revaluation Values
The Orange County Board of Commissioners has established a policy that every four years, all real estate in Orange County will be reappraised and adjusted to current market value, consistent with North Carolina statutory requirements.
Orange County has recognized an increase in the real estate market since the last revaluation in 2005, and consequently, most real property has seen a gradual increase in value.
The Tax Assessment staff urges all citizens who have information that could affect the value of their property to bring it to the attention of the Assessment staff by way of an appeal. Tax Assessment Staff is available to answer questions or discuss any concerns about your property value. Appeals filed after the adjournment of the Board of Equalization and Review will be heard during the following tax year. Visit the Appeals section for more information regarding revaluation concerns.