Property owners can print out a map of their property at the PVA office, or at any Louisville Free Public Library branch, at no charge. Maps of any other property can be printed in our office for a small fee. … Continue reading
Each year, you can contest your current property assessment. To learn more about how to contest your assessment, visit the PVA Online Conference page.
The discount your neighbor may be getting is an exemption because they are elderly or disabled.
Your assessment increase or decrease in value may be based on a recent reassessment based on current market values. Other factors that may affect your current value are: new construction or an addition to an existing property; the removal of … Continue reading
By law (KRS 133.120), property owners who wish to contest their assessment must first hold a conference with the PVA office. The conference must be held 2 weeks prior to or during the open inspection period (OIP). The OIP begins … Continue reading
You can find out if you’re eligible for an exemption in the Exemptions section of this website. There you will find information on Homestead/Disability Exemptions, Exemptions for Religious Groups and Exemptions for Non-Profit Groups.
You can obtain more detailed information by subscribing to the PVA website, find out more in the Subscription Search Service area, or visit the PVA office or any branch of the Louisville Free Public Library.
You can receive the Homestead or Disability Exemption on a commercial property if you own, occupy AND use the property as your primary residence, (e.g. you live on the second floor of the commercial building). Learn more about the Homestead Exemption. Learn … Continue reading
The assessment date is January 1 (KRS 132.220(1)(a)). When you purchased your property, the assessment was as of January 1 of the year you purchased your property. If your purchase price is accepted as a valid sale (fair arm’s-length sale) … Continue reading
Tax bills are mailed on November 1 of each year.