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How often does the Assessor inspect my property?

The assessor inspects property once every five years, according to the State mandated Assessor's revaluation plan as approved by the South Carolina State Department of Revenue. If property is inspected more often it could be the result of one or a combination of the following:

  • New Construction (with or without a building permit) value added to property
  • Renovation and modernization
  • Board of Equalization or State Board of Tax Appeal
  • Appraisal Review
  • Sales Verification
  • Segregation of Property
  • Changing highest and best use (i.e. residential to commercial)