Contesting New Assessed Property Tax Values

2023/2024 Property Valuations

2023 is a reappraisal year. Assessors statewide are required by law to revalue all real estate in their respective counties as of a specific appraisal date.

Your Right to Appeal

If you disagree with the value that your property was assessed at, you may appeal your property's valuation to the Assessor starting May 1st to June 8th. Your appeal must be postmarked, emailed, faxed, online filed, or delivered in person on or before June 8, 2023.

How to Appeal Your New Assessed Property Tax Value

You can go to where you can look at the characteristics under the Notices of Valuation link and Parcel Query link and also the comps they used to determine the current value.

You will need to use comparative sales using similar parameters the Assessor uses, ie., roughly the same size, bedroom/bathroom count similar, built in a similar time period and in or near your subdivision.

Important Links

For a list of important dates for appealing your property's new assessed tax value: Click here.

To file your appeal online: Click here.

For more information on the Assessor's Mass Appraisal Methodology: Click here.

To learn more about the different exemption programs: Click here.

For more information on the Actual Value Change for property types by county: Click here.

For Summit County Sales Reports: Click here.

Contact Information for the Summit County Assessor

Summit County Assessor: Lisa Eurich

Phone: (970) 453-3480


Mailing address: PO Box 276 Breckenridge, CO 80424-0267



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