Guilford County is on a five-year reappraisal cycle. Our most recent reappraisal year was 2017.
Reappraisal is an in-depth process of assigning new values to all the real property in the county at its current market value. If no changes are made to the property in-between reappraisal years, the value will not change.
Guilford County appraisers review and analyze information including comparable sales in your neighborhood. Reappraisals are not only mandated by North Carolina General Statues, but are necessary to maintain equitable and uniform property values. Reappraisal tools include county maps, aerial photography, street level images, sales analysis, field visits, and other methods to gather data used in determining market value. Guilford County conducts reappraisals entirely in-house by appraisers familiar with the local market.
Please select from the links below for 2017 Reappraisal Information.
- 2017 Reappraisal Frequently Asked Questions
- 2017 Reappraisal Informational Brochure
- 2017 Schedule Of Values
- Parcel Value Review Tools
- Parcel Verify Tool
If you have questions or need help please email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the tax office at 336-641-4814.