After a one-month delay to consider foreclosures and bank sales in Bibb County’s property revaluation, values still are increasing by about 33 percent, the board of assessors confirmed today.
The Macon-Bibb County Board of Tax Assessors unanimously approved the new values after hearing a report from D.J. Johnson, president of Tyler CLT Appraisal Services. The private firm is being paid nearly $2 million to conduct the revaluation and worked for almost two years on the project.
“We are finished. We are there,” Johnson told assessors. “It’s been a long journey.”
Assessment notices for Bibb’s roughly 68,000 parcels will be sent to a printer today and mailed June 5, Chief Appraiser Andrea Crutchfield said. Property owners will have until July 6 to appeal their new values.
Values have not changed across the board since the last successful countywide property revaluation in 2001.
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