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Property Assessments
Real Property Assessments (Fair Market Valuations)
Real estate in Virginia is assessed at 100 percent of its fair market value. Real property tax bills are based on the real property assessment and the real property tax rate, which is set annually by the Board of Supervisors. Questions about real property assessments or fair market valuations should be directed to the Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue.


Real Property Assessments (Land Use Valuations)
If real estate is used for agricultural, forestal or open space purposes, the owner may apply to have the land assessed for this use, which in most cases results in a lower assessed value. You can get more information on the Land Use Assessment Program, or by contacting the Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue.

Personal Property Assessments
Personal property tax is levied each calendar year on all motor vehicles, trailers, campers, mobile homes, boats and airplanes with "situs" in the county. A vehicle has situs for taxation in the county if it is garaged, parked or stored in the county, or if it is registered to a county address with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. The assessment on these vehicles is determined by the Commissioner of the Revenue. For more information, visit the webpage for the office of the Commissioner of the Revenue.

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