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Change of Valuation Notices (CVNs)

Each year, on or before March 1st, the County Appraiser is required to send a Change of Valuation Notice to property owners. 

An extension may be granted for the mailing of said CVN's as permitted by the director of  the Property Valuation Division.

Deadlines for the appeal of said valuation is set forth by the laws of Kansas and are enforced.

The CVN provides a brief description of the property you own, while noting the values for both the current and prior year. 

The CVN should be reviewed upon receipt. 

The current value shown on the notice will be utilized when the property taxes are calculated for said property.

If you feel the value that the County Appraiser's office has placed on your property is incorrect, you may wish to obtain copies of the information pertaining to your property.  If upon review of said information you so choose, you may appeal the valuation. 

If you choose to file an appeal, you must provide information and documentation to support your estimate of value.  E
xamples of supporting documentation that can be submitted include:
  • a copy of a recent contract for deed
  • a copy of a signed sales agreement
  • a recent signed appraisal conducted by a licensed fee appraiser
  • a current signed listing agreement
  • photos indicating deterioration and/or structural damage
 
Note:  Please refer to the Appeals Process section for additional information.

  

 
Filing an Appeal

If you feel the value that the County Appraiser's office has placed on your property is incorrect, you may wish to obtain copies of the information pertaining to your property.  If upon review of said information you so choose, you may appeal the valuation. 

If you choose to file an appeal, you must provide information and documentation to support your estimate of value.  Examples of supporting documentation that can be submitted include:
  • a copy of a recent contract for deed
  • a copy of a signed sales agreement
  • a recent signed appraisal conducted by a licensed fee appraiser
  • a current signed listing agreement
  • photos indicating deterioration and/or structural damage
 

Note:  Please refer to the Appeals Process section for additional information.