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By Laura Feghali | Agent in Stamford, CT

Stamford, CT: Property Revaluation Time Is Here

Attention Stamford Homeowners! The property revaluation for the city has begun.  Data collectors may be making a visit to your home to take measurements, confirm information already on file, and take a new photo for the Tax Assessor's file. They're starting their work in North Stamford and heading south from there. The city hired Vision Govenment Solutions to perform the inspections.  


Check out the article below for more details:

 

 

City of Stamford town officials remind homeowners of the property revaluation project being conducted this year by representatives of the firm, Vision Government Solutions.

 

The first phase of the revaluation process is collecting current information on all of the properties in City of Stamford.  As the data collector visits each property, they will confirm the exterior measurements of each building and document additional information such as location, topography, utilities, zoning, and quality of construction.  A new photograph of the home will also be taken to update the Assessor’s File.

 

The data collector’s will begin their inspection route January 23, 2012 in North Stamford, slowly working their way south to the shoreline.

 

Data collector’s will be wearing an identification badge and will have written documentation from the town stating their affiliation with the project.  All Vision representatives and their vehicles are also registered with the City of Stamford Police Department.  Homeowners are encouraged to ask for this identification. If a homeowner has a question as to the identity of a data collector, they may call the Police department at (203) 977-4444 or the Tax Assessor’s office (203) 977-5888 for further confirmation.

 

Data collectors generally work between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 

 

Homeowners are reminded that specific questions regarding their current assessment should be directed to the tax assessor’s office.  Vision Government Solutions data collectors are not town employees and therefore are not prepared to answer questions concerning current values or town laws.


Source: cityofstamford.org

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