Is there any way to protest the inspection and/or what is found?

Every year at the end of February, a Notice of Assessment is mailed to every property in the City of Romulus. Once it is received, please review the information provided. A list of dates and times to protest at the local March Board of Review is included. Failure to receive the notice does not invalidate the assessed and taxable values. 

Please call our office by the end of February if you have not received your Notice of Assessment. The March Board of Review is the only time a taxpayer can appeal their residential home value. If it is missed the taxpayer forfeits their rights to appeal their values for the remainder of the year.

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1. Why are people measuring and photographing my property?
2. Will everything on my property be measured and inspected?
3. When will the results of the inspections affect my tax bill?
4. When will I be able to see the results of the re-inspection?
5. Do you need to go in my backyard?
6. Do you need to come inside my home?
7. How will I identify city employees?
8. What if I made no changes to the property since it was purchased?
9. How can you assess for something that is not attached to my home?
10. What is going to add value to the assessment and what is not?
11. Does this have anything to do with my Principal Residence Exemption?
12. Is there any way to protest the inspection and/or what is found?