Nassau County Property Appraiser

Nassau County Property Appraiser

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Nassau County Property Appraiser
The Nassau County property appraiser makes determinations about the fair market value on parcels of land within that county, including those parcels which have improvements such as homes or pools. The Nassau County property appraiser must appraise each piece of land within the county at least every five years, in accordance with state law.
 
 
 
Those properties which are larger, or include two or more parcels which have been combined, often incur a higher appraisal than smaller pieces of land. However, there are other factors which will influence the determination made by the Nassau County property appraiser. For example, farmland which is a large parcel, will incur a lesser appraisal than large pieces of land used simply as residential property.
 
 
 
In addition to the size of land and the size of the home, the location of the property is one of the most important factors used by the Nassau County property appraiser to determine the fair market value of a price of property in that county. Properties which are located near areas that have had a high percentage of foreclosures will be valued lowered than those found in areas that have not. 
 
 
Areas with a high rate of foreclosure often experience an increase in criminal and undesirable activity, making it difficult to sell homes in those areas. The inability to sell homes has a negative impact on their fair market value as determined by the Nassau County property appraiser.
 
 

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