Property Tax Assessments

Properties are assessed as of July 1 of the previous year and the assessments are mailed to homeowners in January of the next year.

What is taken into account when assessing your home is the following:

The location of the home

The view from the home

The size of the home

The age of the home

Garages, carports, decks, pools, etc.

Comparable sale prices and other real estate market information

Services in the area are and also the neighbourhood can influence the assessment.

Information also comes from:

Building Permits

Land Title

Real Estate transactions

Aerial Street Views

Property Assessment Appeal

You are able to appeal your BC property assessment, however, please keep in mind this does need to be filed by January 31, 2023. BC Assessment encourages you to call them and discuss your property assessment before you begin the appeal process.

Frequently asked Questions

Government Website

Property Assessment Review Panel  

How BC Assessment Works

If you have questions about property tax assessments or other real estate related questions, please do not hesitate to ask. We can schedule a zoom meeting, meet for coffee, phone call, email, whichever works for you.

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