Schedule A Phone Appointment

Before you schedule a phone appointment, if you have questions like:

 

"Why did my assessment go up so much in one year when nothing has changed with my property?", or

"How did my assessment change when no one has visited my property in years?" 

 

then we recommend that you review our list of Taxpayer FAQs.  Often taxpayers are able to find answers to their questions in our FAQs without needing to schedule an actual appointment. 

 

If you received a Notice of Preliminary Assessment Values from your municipality and wish to schedule a phone appointment to review your assessment, select your municipality in the list below.  If hearings for your municipality have been completed, you can submit any specific questions and/or concerns in writing to your municipality.  If you do not see your municipality listed below, appointments are not being scheduled at this time.  Contact your municipality for more information.

Town of Alexandria  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Nelson  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of New Castle  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Shelburne  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Windsor  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Franconia  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Groton  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Hebron  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Merrimack - Commercial  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Merrimack - Residential  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Piermont  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Weare  - Hearings Completed

 

Town of Wentworth  - Hearings Completed

Submit Questions Without Scheduling Appointment

If you received a Notice of Preliminary Assessment Values from your municipality and do not want to schedule a phone appointment but would like to contact us with specific questions regarding your assessment, select your municipality in the list below and provide the additional information.  A representative will follow up with you in the near future via email with additional information.  If you do not see your municipality listed below, check back after you have received a notice or contact your municipality for more information.

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