How can I judge the accuracy and fairness of my value and classification?

The assessor who estimates the value and classifies your property should be your first contact if you have questions or want more information. If you are not sure who your assessor is, call the Morrison County Land Services Office. Your assessor can review your parcel records with you, review local sales activity, and general market trends. You can also review how other properties are valued and classified to judge if your property is fairly valued and classified.

The Morrison County Land Services Office phone number is 320-632-0170 or toll free at 866-401-1111, ext. 170.  The normal office hours are Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.  The Land Services Office is located in the central building, upper level of the Morrison County Government Center at 213 1st Ave SE, in Little Falls, MN.

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1. How are my Real Estate taxes determined?
2. Why has my value gone up?
3. Who is my Appraiser?
4. What is Estimated Market Value (EMV) and how does the assessor determine it?
5. Are Property Estimated Market Valuation increases limited to 15%?
6. Can my Estimated Market Value change even if the assessor has not been inside my property?
7. How can I judge the accuracy and fairness of my value and classification?
8. Does the Estimated Market Value increase at the same rate on all properties?
9. What is a Property Identification Number (PIN)?
10. What is a Special Assessment?
11. Who determines my property tax?
12. Why is the amount of taxes on my tax statement I received in March/April different than what was shown on the Notice of Proposed Taxes that I received in November?
13. Will my Estimated Market Value go up if I repair my property?