Durham County Property Appraiser

The Durham County property appraiser is responsible for finding, locating, and fairly valuing all property within Durham County with the purpose of assessing the taxable value. It's generally done at market value, which is essentially what someone would pay for the current state of your property. To get questions answered about your appraisal, find a property appraiser, or appeal a decision made by a property appraiser in Durham County, you can contact them at the following address:

Office Information For the Durham County, North Carolina Property Appraiser

Name: Durham County Tax Administration

Address: 1st Floor, Durham County Old Courthouse, 200 East Main St., Durham, NC 27701

Phone: (919) 560-0300

Fax: (919) 560-0350

Time Zone: Eastern

Website: http://dconc.gov/government/departments-f-z/tax-administration

Population: 239,733

Area: 291 sq. miles

Frequently Asked Property Appraiser Questions:

What Does a Property Appraiser Do?
How is Property Appraised?
What Are Property Tax Exemptions?
How Do I Appeal A Property Appraisal Decision?

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