The tax notices for the New Brunswick property owners will be mailed from March 1. The property owners are asked to get in touch with their regional assessment officer if they need any answers to the questions on the tax bill.
The New Brunswick Service Minister Serge Rousselle expects that the regional assessment staff will be getting a higher volume of the property owner at their office once they get hold of the tax bill. The New Brunswick assessment staffs need to be prepared to meet more footfalls at their office from March 1. The officers need to provide all the details sought by the property owners. They are going to be asked about how their property tax value has been calculated.
There will not be a lot of changes seen on the assessed value of the property for a majority of the New Brunswick property owners from their last bill. This is because of the assessment freeze law initiated by the government. The property assessment will be made in lieu of the 2017 level. But, the tax rate of the local government will create a few changes in the total amount of tax that needs to be paid.
The property owners who filed the Request for Review will get the new property assessment and tax notice a little later.