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City of Hudson, NH
Welcome and welcome to the website of the assessing department. In this section you will find information that may be of interest to tax payers, landowners and persons engaged in land activities.
Don't make any decision to buy or dispose of property exclusively on the basis of the information presented on this website. How's the assessorial position? Hudson Assessing Department is responsible for assessing the fair value of all properties in the city of Hudson. We aim to make an appropriate valuation of the fair value and every endeavour is made to achieve this.
There are several components to your taxation invoice and this agency is in charge of one of them: the appraisal part. It is the foundation for the city' s yearly land taxes that monitors the detection, collection and allocation of estimates to each piece of real estate in the city.
At present, the city has more than 9,500 plots of land as well as a large number of vacant plots. It oversees all disposals and analyses the domestic housing markets, offer and take-up, financial conditions and other factors affecting the value of homes.
These features are used in conjunction with analysis of prevailing markets to assess fair value and in turn provide the foundation for estimating the value of the real estate.
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