PROPERTY ASSESSMENT APPEAL BOARD
Tips for Supporting Materials:
- DO NOT include additional documents unless they clearly support your arguments. Providing irrelevant “bulk” will not help your case and, in fact, may hurt your case if it detracts from your valid points. A good rule to follow is to only include additional documents if you have specifically explained their relevance in your submission.
- Focus on the “big picture”. In appraisal it is generally not helpful to focus on each and every microscopic detail related to the property. You should emphasize the larger issues that affect value, because providing overwhelming detail on less-than-relevant points will distract attention from your main points.