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Thousands of homes in Redmond will be re-assessed starting this week. Deschutes County Assessor Scot Langton says each year they pick a different area of the county and do the re-assessments. He says for the most part, the assessments won't be much of a disruption to homeowners. "Most of this will be done from the street. If the property looks significantly different that what our records show, they'll go up and knock on the door, and talk with the property owner and if the property owner is comfortable with it.  And if it looks like in the interior things have changed they might ask to go through the property; but that is up to the property owner. If they want us on-site or not." He says they are mostly reviewing inventory to make sure their records are accurate. Four or five assessors are hitting the streets starting this week.

 

 

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