For Immediate Release: May 18, 2023
2023 Tax Reappraisal
North Carolina General Statutes 105-286 requires each county to perform a reappraisal at least every eight years, to equalize real property values. The values placed on the property will remain the same for up to eight years; unless the property owner makes changes or additions to the real estate, the North Carolina General Assembly changes the reappraisal schedule, or the County Commissioners vote to change the reappraisal schedule. The last reappraisal in Yadkin County took place in 2017.
The new reappraisal values are based on current Yadkin County real estate sales.
Information on real estate sales is obtained from:
- Yadkin County Register of Deeds
- Local realtors and the Multiple Listing Service
- Current costs of construction
- Market comparisons conducted by certified North Carolina ad valorem tax appraisers
The actual property tax amount that property owners pay each year is determined when the tax rates are set by the Yadkin County Board of Commissioners as part of the adopted budget. Local governments are required to publish a revenue neutral tax rate based on anticipated property value changes and collection rates.
Property owners may appeal property values within 15 days of notice of the new property value. The appeal must be in writing. An online appeal option is also available at https://www.yadkincountync.gov/206/Tax-Assessor-Collector.
Questions should be directed to the Yadkin County Tax Office located in the Yadkin County Courthouse, 101 S. State St. Yadkinville, NC.
Citizens may also call the Tax Office at 336-849-7903.
Authority of Lisa Hughes, County Manager