This is a question you must ask your Realtor. When you put your house on the market, a CMA (comparative market analysis) should have been done to determine the asking price for your home. The CMA compares recent prices in your neighborhood for homes that are currently for sale, those that have recently sold, and those that were taken off the market for whatever reason. If a CMA was not done, you could be asking too much (or too little) for your home.
The tax assessment is a separate issue. It's just a valuation that the county places on your home to determine real estate taxes. In some places, the tax assessment is far below the actual market value. That's why it's important to have a CMA done for your house so you know you've priced it right.
Hope that helps!
this is a great question to ask you Realtor.
The short answer is no, it means nothing.
But you should ask your Realtor...There is a difference between the work the county assessor performs for tax collection purposes, and the APPRAISER used by a lender evaluating your home for a loan.