Get less foot traffic during the appeals season with fewer protests to property values!

Allow citizens to research, apply, and submit forms on their own time for the entire appeal process.

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reduce appeal hearing and staff time?

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have standardized format that allows for legible, consistent, and uniform appeals process?

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provide remote access?

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easily have everything you need to prepare for an appeal hearing?

A Modern Approach to Assessment Appeals

Does providing access to file online appeals increase the number of appeals?

Learn the answer to this and how local leaders save county resources after implementing online assessment appeals to their Beacon  & qPublic.net websites with this white paper interview. 'A Modern Approach to Assessment Appeals' provides a deep dive interview with Tom Van Buer in Johnson County, Iowa and Alveno Ross in Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia who utilized technology to improve their appeals process.

 
 

Why Assessment Appeals?

This tool streamlines the assessment appeal process by allowing taxpayers to submit assessment appeal petitions to the review board from the Beacon/qPublic.net website at any time, 24/7. Benefits include better research tools for applicants to validate their appeal before submitting to the board and delivery of a more consistent, detailed report to the board to make the review process easier. The interface includes an intuitive, step-by-step workflow that walks the applicant through the process of selecting their parcel, choosing an appeal type, and submitting all necessary information for the appeal. Online assessment appeals will auto-populate all of your standard application forms. Applicants can also attach photos, videos, and other files, including optional file attachments, comparable property reports, and a map of comparable properties with their submissions.  

  • Reduce appeal hearing time

  • Legible and consistent for staff

  • Uniformity in the appeals process

  • Consolidated information into a professional-looking format

  • Reduce staff time

  • Provide remote access

  • Standardized format

  • Everything you need to prepare for an appeal hearing

59% Canceled Appeals

Reducing office workload over 50%

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Online appeals

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Fair & Equitable

Volume 10, Number 8

Tablets in the Johnson County (Iowa) Assessor's Office by Bill Greazel

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