Wake County taxpayers can search and view property details, research comparable sales, and submit appeals online using the navigation menu or Quick Link buttons.
Use this option to review a summary of your property record. We recommend that you review the record for errors. Check to be sure your heated area, bathroom count, and other details are accurate.
Use this option to review appraised values, property records, and sale prices of residential and commercial property.
All property owners have the right to appeal the appraised value of their property. If you believe the value does not reflect fair market value and have information to support your position, or you can document damage or factors that may influence the value, you may want to consider an appeal. An appeal would not be effective if you think your value is accurate but the taxes are too high. The appeals process pertains only to the appraised value.
The deadline to file an appeal to the Board of Equalization for tax year 2020 is May 28, 2020. If you have received a Notice of Appraised Value dated after May 28, 2020, you may contact the Wake County Department of Tax Administration for information on how to appeal the value. If you have received a decision letter for a Board of Equalization appeal and wish to file an appeal to the North Carolina Property Tax Commission, please follow the instructions contained in the letter. For all other property owners, the next window to appeal your value will open Jan 2, 2021.