If a property owner disagrees with their assessment they are entitled to an appeal. 

All appeals begin with the county assessor where an informal preliminary conference will take place. A review of the property record card and how the assessed value was determined will be discussed. If the property owner still disagrees with the assessor their appeal will be heard by the Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals (PTABOA) for the county. The property owner would then plead their case to the members of the PTABOA in a formal hearing. After the hearing the PTABOA members then discuss the case and make a decision on the assessment and then the property owner will be notified of the boards decision. It is very important to note that in any appeal the property assessment may increase, decrease, or not change at all.