Property assessments determine the tax a property owner will pay, and the taxes collected from property owners finance education, infrastructure, public safety, and other services that benefit the community. Use ArcGIS Solutions to manage an accurate inventory of real property, describe who owns the land, analyze land value and associated improvements, share property information with key stakeholders, and maximize tax property revenue.
Manage property information
Parcel Drafter can be used to enter metes-and-bounds descriptions and check for closure errors in order to verify survey information prior to submission.
Community Data Aggregation can be used to aggregate authoritative data (for example, addresses and parcels) and deliver focused maps and locators to key stakeholders.
Tax Map Book can be used to generate tax map book pages and a comprehensive tax map book for internal and external stakeholders.
Administrative Area Data Management can be used to maintain an authoritative inventory of administrative areas (geopolitical areas, school districts and attendance zones, public safety districts, and service boundaries).
Engage the public
Equitable Property Value can be used to share authoritative property information, educate taxpayers and collect feedback from taxpayers when they are concerned about the equity of their property value.
Public Notification can be used to identify a collection of properties and create structured mailing lists of owners and occupants.
School Locator can be used to share district and attendance zone boundaries with the general public.
Visualize property values
Parcel Value Analysis can be used to find comparable sales and visualize the impact of sales, foreclosures, and assessment appeals on property value in a neighborhood or tax district.
Recover tax revenue
Tax Reverted Property can be used to collect delinquent tax property information and market properties available for sale to land development companies, real estate professionals, and the general public.
Manage address information
Address Data Management can be used to maintain an authoritative inventory of road centerlines with address ranges, valid road names, site addresses, and related mailing addresses.
Address Field Operations can be used to crowdsource missing address information from stakeholders, manage address fieldwork, and collect and verify address information while in the field.
Performance Management can be used to monitor key performance metrics and communicate progress made on strategic outcomes to the general public and other interested stakeholders.