Redmond Assessor

Find Redmond Washington assessor, assessment, auditor's, and appraiser's office, revenue commissions, GIS, and tax equalization departments. Assessors provide information on property and land tax assessment, property listings, values, valuations, property search, and records.


King County Assessor's Office 500 4th Avenue Seattle WA 98104 11.3 miles from Redmond 206-296-7300


Snohomish County Assessor's Office 3000 Rockefeller Avenue Everett WA 98201 21.1 miles from Redmond 425-388-3433

Kitsap County Assessor's Office 614 Division Street Port Orchard WA 98366 26.2 miles from Redmond 360-337-7160

Pierce County Assessor's Office 2401 South 35th Street Tacoma WA 98409 35.1 miles from Redmond 253-798-6111

Jefferson County Assessor 1820 Jefferson Street Port Townsend WA 98368 42.6 miles from Redmond 360-385-9105

Island County Assessor's Office NE 7th St Rm 208 Coupeville WA 98239 45.4 miles from Redmond 360-679-7303

Skagit County Assessor's Office 700 South 2nd Street Mount Vernon WA 98273 52.1 miles from Redmond 360-336-9370

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What if I disagree with an assessment?

Most jurisdictions have an appeal process for contesting an assessment. While the specific rules vary from one locality to the next, the process typically involves a hearing before an assessment appeal board. Taxpayers who have concerns about their assessment should visit their local Assessor's Office or its website to learn about the appeal process and what information is required in order to appeal a property tax assessment.

How does my assessment affect the taxes I owe?

The formula used to calculate property taxes varies by location. Your assessment is one part of your property tax calculation. Your property tax payment is calculated by multiplying your property's assessed value, or in some cases half of the assessed value, by the tax rate for your location.

What is the difference between assessed value and market value?

Market value is the likely selling price of a property based on current market conditions. In some jurisdictions, the Assessor calculates an assessed value by applying a factor, for example 70%, to the market value. The assessed value is then used to calculate the taxes for that property.