The Town of North Hampton has contracted with Vision Government Solutions to do a statistical update of values as well as do cyclical re-inspections of new building permits.Vision will be working with the Assessor’s office to make this project a successful one. A revaluation will determine the current fair market value of every property in town. It equalizes the values of all properties for the purpose of a fair distribution of the tax burden.
You can visit the Vision Government Solutions website at www.vgsi.com for information that explains the revaluation process, and read answers to frequently asked questions. During the month of April, the data collectors will be starting the data collection of building permits.. The Valuation phase will be starting in the late spring of 2018. Vision personnel will also be driving through the town reviewing all properties to update the Assessor’s database and their cars are registered with the Police as well as the Assessor’s Office at the town hall.
If you have any questions about the revaluation process or need additional information please contact the Assessor’s office at (603)964-8087
All properties within the Town of North Hampton can be viewed from the Vision software link above. The purpose of the assessing function is to develop, through an annual appraisal process, equitable assessments for all properties within the Town. This assures that each taxpayer pays their fair share of the annual tax levy of the Town.
The Assessor's Office is staffed on Tuesday's by employees of Municipal Resources, Inc. Please call (603) 964-8087 to schedule an appointment and guarantee that they will be available to you. They maintain records of real estate ownership, assessments, and sales on properties located within North Hampton. Lists are available of properties by owner, street address, or map/lot number upon advance request. Property tax maps are available on line by following the link for tax/parcel map or by visiting the office.
Applications are available for Veterans' Tax Credits, Elderly, Blind, and Solar Energy Exemptions, Current Use Valuations, and Abatement Requests. These forms, again, are available online or by visiting the office.
|Scott Marsh||Tax Assessor|