Contact: Steven I. Wampler,
Wampler-Eanes Appraisal Group, Ltd.
The County of King and Queen has retained Wampler-Eanes Appraisal Group,
Ltd., to perform the County’s 2023 General Reassessment, effective
January 1, 2023. The County is on a 6-year reassessment cycle. The last
reassessment was effective January 1, 2017.
Members of the reassessment team will begin visiting properties in November,
2021. Assessors will be carrying photo ID’s and will have magnetic
‘County Reassessment’ signs on their vehicles. “We want
to alert the public to this, because our assessors and data collectors
will be coming to resident’s homes and to county businesses to view
and assess all buildings, dwellings and the overall property. Assessors
will take exterior pictures and measurements while visiting properties,”
said Steven I. Wampler, President of Wampler-Eanes Appraisal Group, Ltd.
“It is the Assessor’s purpose to collect sufficient data to
determine the fair market value of each property. The ultimate goal is
to get a good, accurate, and equitable assessment of all real estate in
the County,” said Wampler.
The field assessments are expected to be completed before November 1,
2022. Notices of Reassessment with any proposed changes in assessed value
are projected to be mailed out to property owners on or before November
30, 2022. These notices will give the details regarding the method of
appealing the proposed assessed value.
The home office of Wampler-Eanes Appraisal Group, Ltd. is located in Daleville,
Virginia. The owners, Steven I. Wampler and Gary L. Eanes have performed
over 125 reassessments in 51 Virginia and North Carolina localities over
the last 25 years.
If residents have questions regarding the reassessment, they may contact
the King and Queen County Reassessment Office at (804) 785-5993 or (804)
769-5018 after November 1, 2021.