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The Assessed Value is the estimated market value of the property as determined by the Assessor. The Estimated Fair Market Value is the property’s Assessed Value divided by the average assessment ratio for the entire municipality. The average assessment ratio is the relationship between the total assessed value and the Wisconsin Department of Revenue’s estimate of total value for the municipality. More information on this subject can be found in the “Guide for Property Owners”.
A good time to discuss your assessment with an appraiser from the Assessor's Office is during the Open-Book session. If after discussing the value with an appraiser you are still in disagreement, you may appeal your assessment at the Board of Review. For additional information regarding the appeal process, you may refer to the Wisconsin Department of Revenue’s publication entitled: “Property Assessment Appeal Guide for Wisconsin Real Property Owners”