When will the next re-assessment be?

Going forward, the Bedford Assessors office is slated to update values again in 2023 depending on real estate market activity in the next two years.

Part II, Article 6 of the New Hampshire Constitution requires municipalities to assess properties at their “full and true” market value: “that there shall be a valuation of the estates within the state taken anew once every five years, at least, and as much oftener as the general court shall order.”  Additionally, RSA 75:8-a reinforces the fiver year minimum valuation cycle: “The assessors and/or selectmen shall reappraise all real estate within the municipality so that the assessments are at full and true value at least as often as every fifth year…”  A revaluation in this case is conducted as a statistical update.

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1. What is the latest tax rate and what will my taxes be this year?
2. What tax exemptions/tax credits are available in Bedford, and what are the qualifications?
3. How do I file for an abatement?
4. When do I need a permit to cut down trees?
5. Can I put my land in current use?
6. When was Bedford last re-assessed?
7. When will the next re-assessment be?
8. When are taxes due, and when does the tax year start?
9. What is the assessment to sale ratio?