Hi AmInlover100, great question. To be honest, and to keep it simple, they are all completely separate valuations for different purposes. The County Tax assessor uses their own formula for determining what a property's tax value is. This is for tax purposes only; not market value.
The Lender's appraisal is what their appraiser determines market value to be. They come to this value by comparing similar homes in the same area that have the same characteristics. Realtors basically do the same thing when running Comps.
True Market value is whatever a Buyer is willing to pay for a property. This can sometimes be more than the lenders appraised value, but sometimes less, depending on the market.
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