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You can either call the Assessor’s Office with the property location or owner’s name or you may self retrieve this information from our Digital Mapping Program.
Mass appraisal is defined as the use of standardized procedures for collecting dataand appraising property to ensure that all properties within a municipality arevalued uniformly and equitably. It is the process of valuing a group of propertiesas of a given date, using common data, employing standardized methods andconducting statistical tests to ensure uniformity and equity in the valuations.Assessors use mass appraisal procedures and techniques when determining thefair cash value of properties in their municipalities.
The assessment date is January 1 for the upcoming fiscal year. New construction (i.e. new homes, additions, sheds, decks, etc.) and demolitions are assessed as of July 1. (For example January 1, 2021 is the assessment date for fiscal 2022 valuations other than additions or demolitions that occurred until June 30, 2021. Fiscal 2022 runs from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022.)
Yes. The Assessors Office lists a book and page reference on the property record card for most of the properties. Deed references (book and page numbers) are recorded at the Hampshire County Registry of Deeds. You can contact the Registry of Deeds located at 60 Railroad Avenue, Northampton, MA. 01060 at 413-584-3637.
Yes, you can find this information by calling our office or looking on the Registry of Deeds website. Please keep in mind that the Assessors office is typically a week or so behind the Registry of Deeds information.
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However, persons that receive an abatement and the amount granted is public information.