The Department of Revenue and Massachusetts General Laws require the Board of Assessors to maintain an inspection program of the properties within the community.
The programs consists of an inspection of all properties in Rutland every 10 years, i.e. Cyclical
The Board of Assessors is responsible to maintain a full and fair market value of all properties in Rutland. This can only be accomplished if the data we have is accurate. The collection and maintenance of current and accurate property inventory data is a critical element in determining uniform, fair market value.
An inspection will be completed of all properties in the town unless the property has been visited within the last year. The data collector is currently Vision Government Solutions Inc. and will carry a letter from the office and have proper identification. The police department has been notified of the inspections taking place through out town.
The final goal is to have a uniform, fair market value of all properties in Rutland. In other words, a fair assessment of your property.