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While your assessment is automatically adjusted based on the purchase price when you buy your home, that doesn’t always happen. In at least some areas, if your purchase price was more than a certain percentage below the assessment, there is no automatic adjustment. That happened to us when we bought our first home. However, that is often one of the easiest cases to fight. All you need to do is show that it was an arms-length transaction or that what you paid matched the comparable.

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