You may use this form to file an objection of your Fair Market Value, Special Use Value, Assessment Ratio or Assessed Value. Taxes cannot be appealed.
Filing an appeal does NOT relieve the taxpayer of their responsibility to pay property taxes on time.
If you are completing this form on behalf of your client, you will need to provide our offfice with a recently signed Power of Attornery, completed by the owner of record and notarized. Our Power of Attorney form maybe found at: Assessor Power of Attorney. It may be attached to this appeal as a supporting document or mailed to the PO Box listed above, attention Appeal Coordinator. If a Power of Attorney is not received, the appeal may be considered abandoned.
Be prepared to complete this form in its entirety. A * indicates required information.
Before you begin: you will need the Real Property parcel identification number (PIN, example R100 000 00A 0100 000A) and alternate identification number (AIN, example 999999999) for the parcel you are appealing. Both can be found on the most recent Beaufort County Assessment Notice or Real Property Tax Bill. Alternatively, you can obtain real property information by searching by the property owners name at http://sc-beaufort-county.governmax.com/svc/