February 06 2024

A New Video to Explain How the Property Assessment Roll Is Prepared

On January 1, 2024, a new property assessment roll — a list of all the assessed values of the properties in Rosemère — took effect for 2024, 2025 and 2026. Its main purpose is to establish the value of each property based on its actual value as of a specific reference date, which in this case is July 1, 2022. Regular updates to this roll are a legal requirement under the provincial Act Respecting Municipal Taxation.


Curious to know more about what the roll is and how it works? We have made a video that explains: 


- How the actual value of a property is determined

- What a chartered appraiser does

- The methods used to determine the value of a property 

- The characteristics used in estimating this value 

- Some of the reasons market value can differ from assessed value 

- The phasing-in of values over the duration of the roll 

- What the notice of assessment is and how to apply for a review.


Watch the video


For additional information about the property assessment roll.


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