|Contact||Robb Jutton, Municipal Assessor|
|Address||PO Box 124|
Sanbornton, NH 03269
|Hours||Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Phone||Direct: (603) 729-8005||Selectmen's Office: (603) 286-8303|
The primary function of the Assessing Department is to ensure that all properties within the Town of Sanbornton are assessed fairly and in accordance with the New Hampshire laws governing taxation.
Please remember that while assessments are based statistically on sale prices (market value), they are not intended to tell you what your property is worth for sale purposes; they are intended to proportionally allocate taxes amongst property owners.
- Appraise and assess all real estate
The Assessing Department conducts inspections of all properties in Sanbornton to ensure data accuracy compliant with NH laws and regulations. The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration (DRA) oversees this process and will conduct random inspections of Town properties to ensure accurate data collection.
Beginning in 2009, Sanbornton started visiting 20% of the town properties, approximately 550 parcels, per year. This includes checking measurements and performing interior inspections.
The Selectmen ask that tax payers please allow the field inspectors to do their job. If you have any questions or concerns regarding inspections or any other aspect of the assessing function of the government, please contact the assessing office at (603) 729-8005.
|Explanation With Examples of Basic Assessing Statistics|
Used By Permission of NH Department of Revenue
|2016 Low-to-Moderate Income Exemption Forms (NH DRA)|
Enrollment Period: May 1 to
June 30 2017
|2016-17 Assessing & Zoning Information||2016 - 2012 Tax Rate History|
|Application for Credits / Exemptions||Application for Elderly Exemption||Intent To Excavate Form PA-38|
|Tax Maps & Property Records||Timber Intent Application |
|Current Use Application|
|Abatement Application to Municipality||NH Statutes (RSA's)||NH Board of Tax & Land Appeals|
|NH Department of Revenue||Abatement Application to BTLA||SPACE: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Current Use|
|Assessing Standards Board Assessing Reference Handbook : This document is useful for understanding the process of Assessing. Citizens are encouraged to review this document.|