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The Code of Virginia (§58.1-3201) requires that all jurisdictions in the Commonwealth periodically perform a general reassessment, requiring at least 1 reassessment every 6 years.
In 1977, the code was amended to further stipulate that all property must be assessed at 100% of market value. Since real estate taxes provide the bulk of each jurisdiction's tax revenue, it is essential that property be periodically reassessed to ensure that taxes are levied in an equitable manner.
The last general reassessment was conducted during 2015 and became effective January 1, 2016. The next one will be conducted during 2020 to become effective January 21, 2021 in accordance with current county code.
Once the tax rate is set by the Board of Supervisors, your taxes due may be calculated by using the following formula: - Taxes Due = Taxable Value x Tax Rate - Taxable Value = Assessed Value / 100
For example: If the Assessed Value is $150,000 and the Tax Rate is $0.77:- Taxable Value = 150,000 / 100 = $1,500- Taxes Due = 1,500 x 0.77 = $1,155
$0.77/$100 of assessed valuation
If you feel that a substantial error has been made, then you should schedule an appointment. However, consider the following scenario: you schedule a hearing with the assessors, the assessors consider your position and adjust your assessment down $5,000. Applying the current tax rate of $0.77, the decrease in your annual taxes due would equate to $38.50.
To answer the question, you have to decide whether or not your time and effort is worth the potential change in taxes due.
No. We are only a DMV Select. DMV Selects can process vehicle titling and registration transactions; however, DMV Selects do not issue or process applications for driver's license, commercial driver's licenses, temporary driver's permits, learner's permits, motorcycle learner's permits or special identification cards. We are a license agent that conducts vehicle-related transactions and provides an alternative to DMVs full service customer service centers, (CSCs).
Both. All transactions begin at the Commissioner of the Revenue’s office and then will be finalized at the Treasurer’s Office. Both departments are located at:The Caroline County Administration Building212 N Main StreetBowling Green, VA 22427
- License Plates: Specialized and personalized plate orders, including the issuance of motorcycle, permanent trailer, truck, taxicab and local government use plates.- Permits and Placards: Trip permits and overload permits. Original issue of handicapped parking placards.- Return Checks: Full payment of return check fees.- Transcript Requests: Driver transcripts and vehicle transcripts (helpful for those who apply for job where a driver’s transcript is needed initially, submitted periodically or checked by their employer).- Vehicle Titles and Registrations: Original (with or without liens), substitute and replacement titles and title maintenance (to change information on title records, adding/removing of names). Original registrations, renewals (including fleets), transfers, re-issues, and plate surrenders.- Voter Registration Applications
The DMV is open Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.