Revaluation & Schedule of Values

Revaluation (or "reappraisal") is the process of updating Rowan County's real property values to reflect fair market value as of January 1, 2023. Rowan County’s last revaluation took place on January 1, 2023. The next revaluation will take place on January 1, 2027. In every community, property values increase or decrease at different rates over time. Revaluation is a data-driven process that updates the market value of all residential and commercial properties in the county. 


If you disagree with your assessed value, you must complete the 2023 Revaluation Informal Appeal Form (PDF) and return it with supporting documentation. An appeal of property value may result in the assessment being unchanged, reduced, or increased in value.

The deadline to appeal has been extended to Friday, April 14, 2023.

COMPER is a new online tool that allows property owners in Rowan County to view valid sales used by the Rowan County Tax Office to help establish the current market value of properties in the 2023 revaluation cycle.

When using COMPER, enter your property address to receive a list and a map indicating all valid property sales between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2022 within a five-mile radius of your property.

From the list, you can select specific valid sales, similar to your home and turn them into a report that can be printed or saved as a PDF. The Google-based map can be used to see the location and a 360-degree street view of each comparable property.