Why am I receiving a reassessment notice?
The Stafford County code requires the Commissioner of the Revenue to reassess property every two years. Property is to be assessed at 100% of the fair market value. (Article X Sec. 2 Constitution of Virginia)

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1. Why am I receiving a reassessment notice?
2. If my property value increased or decreased, does that mean my tax bill will do the same?
3. When will the Board of Supervisors vote on the tax rate?
4. What happens if the county does not assess real property at or near fair market value?
5. Should I appeal my assessment?
6. Does the Board of Supervisors have any influence over the assessment process?