Tax records have house as single story 2 bedroom. But in fact it's two story and has 4 bedrooms, 2 up, 2 downstairs. How do I do value?

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answer by Amy Swanson    |   Contact Me
The County Appraiser's office would be an excellent starting point.
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answer by Susan Gardner    |   Contact Me
You can reach out to your local tax office and they will make the correction for you.
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answer by Gerald Page    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Tax employees are just employees and make data entry mistakes. I see addresses wrong, bedrooms, sq footage, etc. If you simply find a comp sheet and estimate the values of the additional rooms, etc you should come up with an accurate value. Now what Sean said is totally true.
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answer by Sean Hartley    |   Contact Me
You will need to research the property further. Was it initially built as a 2/2? if so, maybe permits were not pulled for the addition- which really has an impact on the value. Code enforcement could make the owner tear down the improvements, pull permits and start back over. Our property appraiser's website will typically show the floor plan for the property, you can try to start there with your property appraiser. Thank you and have a blessed day! Sean
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answer by Beverly Sackman    |   Contact Me
I'm happy to look at house for you, 973-886-5370, Bev Sackman, Keller Williams
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