District of Columbia County Assessment

Search for District of Columbia DC county assessment information. A county assessment search provides information on property assessments, residential assessment, commercial assessment, personal property assessment, property appraisals, property taxes, property maps, assessment reports, assessment forms, assessment exemptions, the assessment process, appealing assessments, property tax formulas, and unclaimed parcels.


District of Columbia Assessors are responsible for determining the value of all property in their municipality, and they also keep records on the assessment process. Property appraisals of residential, commercial, and personal property are used to calculate District of Columbia District of Columbia property taxes. At the District of Columbia level, Assessors create reports on their property assessments, including searchable property maps, detailed assessment reports, forms related to assessments, and information about exemptions. They also provide information on the assessment process, calculating property taxes, and how property owners can appeal assessed values. Assessors maintain records on apartments, commercial buildings, condos, home improvements, property sales, residential buildings, and vacant lots in District of Columbia DC. Their records also list the property owners, prior owners, and any sales or transfers.

District Of Columbia Assessor's Office Washington DC PO Box 71440 20024


District of Columbia Clerks maintain public records for their municipality, usually at the District of Columbia or local level. As part of this process, Clerks keep records on District of Columbia property assessments. This can include residential, commercial, and personal property assessments, which are used to calculate property taxes. Clerk records include District of Columbia property assessments, property maps, assessment reports, assessment forms, and assessment listings. They may also provide information on the process used to assess properties, the formula for calculating property taxes, and the appeals process for an incorrect assessment. These records cover residential buildings, apartments, townhouses, condos, commercial buildings, and unclaimed parcels, including records on home improvements and property sales in District of Columbia DC. Assessment records also include the current and former property owners and any property sales or transfers.

District Of Columbia Clerk Washington DC 430 E Street Northwest 20001 360-577-3016