Recent sales should be within the last 2 years of the current assessment date. The sales search service on the PVA website is available to the public free of charge two weeks prior to and during the Open Inspection Period (OIP).
Examples of documentation include the following:
A full appraisal of your property
Interior/exterior photos of your property
Your homeowner’s or commercial property owner’s insurance policy
Your listing contract if your property is currently for sale
Estimates of repairs
Original construction costs or costs of additions or improvements to your property
Documentation of recent comparable sales (not assessments) that are similar to your property in size,
If possible, please upload supporting documentation electronically during the Online Conference process so that documents are delivered immediately. Mail or hand deliveries are an option, however. Everyone completing the Online Conference to mail or hand deliver documentation to the PVA office within 24 hours of completing the Online Conference.
You Conference Result will be issued by mail and/or email (if provided) approximately 5-10 business days upon receipt of your Online Conference.
If you are not in agreement with your Conference Result, you may appeal before the Local Board of Assessment Appeals. Please complete, sign and date the bottom section of your PVA Conference Result Form and submit it to the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office by the legal deadline (KRS 133.120(2)(c)) of 6/5/2018.
Yes. A separate online conference must be submitted for each property (or each parcel ID number) you wish to contest.
Anyone who is hired to represent your pva online conference is required to submit current written authorization signed by the property owner that allows his/her representation and states his/her professional qualifications. Such authorization must be submitted as a scanned document with your online conference or the conference becomes invalid.
Each year, you can contest your current property assessment. To learn more about how to contest your assessment, visit the PVA Online Conference page.
Appeals must be processed at a specific time to accommodate the tax calendar so that tax rolls are set before tax rates are determined and tax bills printed. By law (KRS 133.120), property owners who wish to contest their assessment must first hold a conference with the PVA office.