Please note that requests for copies of tax bills, payment questions, or questions regarding tax bill schedules should be directed to the Finance Department at (603) 924-8000, ext. 103.
Ali Kreutz, Assessing Clerk
603-924-8000 Ext. 112 or email@example.com
Locate Tax Parcels & Property Records using our Online Tax Mapping
Assessors' Data can be found by clicking on property record card link.
The Assessor's primary responsibility is to find the fair market value of property, so that owners pay only their fair share of taxes. The Assessing Department also keeps track of ownership changes, maintains maps of parcel boundaries, keeps building and property characteristics up to date, tracks properties eligible for exemptions, credits and other forms of property tax relief, and, most importantly, analyzes trends in sales prices, construction costs, and rents to estimate the value of all assessable property. The Board of Selectmen retains Corcoran Consulting Associates, Inc. of Wolfeboro, NH to perform the duties and functions of Assessor's Agent and Town Appraiser.
The tax rate is determined annually by the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration, typically in October/November. The fall tax bill is calculated using the new established rate. The spring tax bill uses the tax rate from the previous year. For more information on how tax bills are calculated, please visit the Tax Billing & Collection page.
The 2022 tax rate is $25.86 per $1,000 of assessed value. The 2022 equalization ratio is 80.1%
The 2021 tax rate was $25.76 per $1,000 of assessed value. The 2021 equalization ratio was 94.5%.
The 2020 tax rate was $30.84 per $1,000 assessed value of property. 2020 equalization ratio was 86.8%
The 2019 tax rate was $29.75 per $1,000 assessed value of property. The 2019 equalization ratio was 92.4%
March 1st is the annual deadline for filing for abatement (a reduction in assessed value).
For more information on credits, exemptions, or the abatement process, please call the office or review the information on this website (see items in left menu).
The Official New Hampshire Assessing Reference Manual is a great resource for taxpayers and municipal officials alike!
If you are a charitable organization seeking exemption, please review the BTLA A-9 and A-12 forms for submission. Filing deadlines are listed on the forms. Organizations seeking exemption must prove that they meet the definition of 'charitable.' The Select Board ultimately determines eligibility.