Don’t Miss These Deadlines for NC Property Revaluation Appeals

24 NC Counties Revaluing Appeals

Almost one in four North Carolina counties are revaluing property this year for property tax purposes. Filing an appeal in the revaluation year will maximize the savings from any successful appeal. 

The first step in the property tax appeal process in North Carolina is an appeal to the local county Board of Equalization and Review (BER). In order to be timely, this appeal must be filed by the “adjournment date” of the BER. Most people interpret the BER adjournment date to mean the date that the BER stops hearing appeals. However, in this case, the adjournment date is just an artificial date that simply represents the deadline for filing appeals. Don’t fret — the BER will continue to meet after the “adjournment date” to hear appeals that were timely filed. 

The adjournment date varies from county to county and may vary in a particular county from year to year. The BER cannot begin meeting before the first Monday in April, and the adjournment date cannot be later than June 30. 

According to our research, the BER appeal deadlines for the 24 counties revaluing in 2021 are as follows:

Alleghany     April 21

Buncombe    April 14

Caldwell    May 6

Caswell     April 19

Chatham     May 6

Cleveland     (Not set)

Columbus    April 15

Currituck     (Not set)

Davidson     April 26

Davie     April 27

Forsyth     June 30

Greene     April 19

Haywood     May 1

Jackson     April 30

New Hanover     May 11

Orange     June 30

Person     April 12

Polk     April 22

Stanly     May 1

Stokes     May 17

Surry     April 26

Swain     April 10

Transylvania     May 3

Union     May 27

For more information about property tax revaluations and appeals in North Carolina, check out our 2021 Guide to NC Commercial Property Tax Revaluation.

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John A. Cocklereece, Jr.

John Cocklereece concentrates his practice on property tax appeals, business law, tax controversies, and estate planning and administration.
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