Can my Assessed Value Change between Revaluations?
Yes it can. If the status of a property changes, such as conversion from a multi-family home to condominium ownership, or if there are alterations to a property such as an addition or renovation, then the value could change.

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1. Why am I being taxed on my motor vehicle?
2. I sold my Vehicle last year. Why did it still appear on my tax bill?
3. Who determines the value of my Motor Vehicle?
4. I own several vehicles. Why are some taxed and others not?
5. I do not live in Westerly/RI anymore. Why Am I still being taxed?
6. I moved. How can I change my address so I get my bill on time?
7. What is the Soldier’s & Sailor’s Civil Relief Act?
8. Why reassess real property at all?
9. Will my assessment change if I paid above or below the Assessed Value for my property?
10. Can my Assessed Value Change between Revaluations?
11. My lot was vacant as of the last revaluation, but I built a house this year. How will this affect my assessment?
12. How do I appeal my Assessment?
13. Where did my tax bill go?
14. Are there any exemptions that I might qualify for?
15. I was recently married / divorced. How do I change my name for my tax bill?
16. How do I find out where my property line is?
17. What exactly is being taxed?
18. My business is licensed through the State of Rhode Island. Do I need to register with Town Hall?
19. I have a small home based business. Am I subject to taxation?
20. How Does the Assessment Department know what assets I have?
21. What is the deadline for Filing the Annual Return to the Assessor?
22. How do I notify the Assessor’s Office that I am no longer in business?
23. My Business moved. How do I change my address to ensure that I get my Tax Bill?
24. I received my Tax bill in July. What timeframe does this bill cover?
25. I am starting a new business. What do I need to provide to the Assessor’s Office to open an account?