One Crucial Resource for Assessors Handling Property Tax Disputes

Assessment professionals are responsible for appraising properties within their districts for accurate, fair, and equitable values. This ensures that each property owner pays just the right amount to the local tax rolls in order to secure adequate funds for local public school districts, public safety, public works, and other essentialRead More

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4 Cutting-Edge Technologies for Assessors in 2017

With the New Year almost here, those of us with Type-A personalities are already busting out new day planners and creating our to-do lists for 2017. This is also an ideal time for assessment officials, regardless of personality type, to figure out what they can do to stay productive throughoutRead More

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Everything You Need to Know About FutureView 2017

FutureView is the advanced training and user conference for Pictometry imagery and solutions customers. Registration for FutureView is now open – but don’t wait too long or you could miss out! Here’s everything you need to know about attending FutureView 2017: What can FutureView do for you? At FutureView 2017,Read More

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4 Stressful Scenarios Assessors Avoid with Pictometry Imagery

The International Association of Assessing Officers allows assessment and appraisal departments to use remote aerial imagery and other tools to levy property taxes. Yet many assessment offices don’t realize this and still visit each property on foot, despite the many advantages remote assessment can offer. Pictometry® Intelligent Images® from EagleViewRead More

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Congratulations to Okanogan County, WA!

Okanogan County, WA received the 2015 Jurisdiction of the Year Award presented at the Thompson Reuters Conference for their efforts in rapidly assisting with a large and untamed wildfire in July 2014. Okanogan County is the largest county in the State of Washington, covering nearly three millions acres of land.Read More