assessor assessor  /ə ˈsɛ sər/


  • (n) an official who evaluates property for the purpose of taxing it


  1. This is not a true sale, said Laurie Delong, a customer service representative in the Martin County assessor's office.
  2. Of course, I'm not the most independent assessor.
  3. Convinced that the $18,000 annual property-tax bill on his palatial marble-columned home in Bel Air was too steep, he recently paid a visit to the tax assessor to complain.


  1. BBB warns of property deed scheme reappearing in Treasure Valley

    The Ada County Assessor Bob McQuade and the Better Business Bureau wants Idaho residents to be aware of a property deed scheme.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: KIVI Boise

  2. Davison Twp. residents show concern about assessor's plans to enter homes

    Just picture a property assessor coming to your front door and asking that you let them in so they can determine how much your home costs.  That's exactly what's happening in one Mid-Michigan community, and some homeowners do not approve.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: WNEM TV 5 Mid-Michigan

  3. Summers County Assessor named WV Assessor of the Year

    Summers County Assessor Greg Vandall has been chosen 2013 West Virginia Assessor of the Year. The award was voted on by all 55 county assessors in the state and given to Vandall at the group's annual
    on June 11, 2013     Source: WVVA Bluefield


  1. "I wasn't at the game and I haven't had chance to see it either, but there was an assessor at the game and we await his report," Hackett said. "That, together with the ProZone statistics available from Pride Park, will be used when we have a...
    on Nov 3, 2008 By: Keith Hackett Source:

  2. Colin Matthews, chief executive of Heathrow operator BAA, said: "A third runway will only go ahead if strict environmental limits are met. We are confident that they will be and have requested that the Government appoint an independent assessor to...
    on Jan 11, 2009 By: Colin Matthews Source:

  3. Manager Aidy Boothroyd told the club's official website: "I have spoken to the referee and I have also spoken to the referees' assessor about the incident. For our appeal to be successful we must prove the decision has been a clear error on the...
    on Mar 20, 2008 By: Adrian Boothroyd Source:

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