Assessment Review deadline is April 30

Some property owners are submitting a request for review of their assessed property value with the county Assessor’s Office.

Ernie Dronenburg, the San Diego County assessor, reminds property owners that the deadline to request a review of their assessed value is April 30, 2012. This year, the application for an Assessment Review may be submitted online at sdarcc.com. It is a self-explanatory form and does not take a lot of knowledge about the law, only an understanding of the current market value of your home.

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