Hickox elected President of the “Florida Association of Property Appraiser’s”
The Property Appraiser will begin locating hurricane damaged properties and monitoring their repairs to determine if they warrant a value reduction for 2017 based on the severity of the damage.
Nassau County Property Appraiser’s Office released this week the 2015 estimated preliminary tax roll with the initial numbers showing an increase.
If Nassau County’s market value increases, homeowners will be protected by the Florida Constitution’s assessment limitation.
Maintaining responsible funding practices, Nassau County’s Property Appraiser has been able to give money back to the county.
Mike Hickox will host town hall meetings to discuss property values and answer questions about property assessments and exemptions.
After reviewing several hundred parcels, Property Appraiser Mike Hickox resolves petitions filed with the Value Adjustment Board.
If property values increase, homesteaded assessments will be capped at 1.7% thanks to the 1992 Save Our Homes Amendment.
Property Appraiser-Elect Mike Hickox has announced his Transition Team to begin working to ensure an orderly transition of the office.