2019-2022 Full Measure & List Appraisal and Revaluation

Project Updates & Milestones:

***Important Update***
The City of Nashua lifts suspension of Interior Inspections for the 2020-2022 Revaluation

The City of Nashua has selected Vision Government Solutions to assist with the City-wide 2020- 2022 revaluation project. Vision’s Appraisal division will be working closely with the Assessing Department to make the process successful for the City.
  The City has lifted the suspension of Interior Inspections and Vision Government Solutions will send a letter to the property owner of properties having received an exterior inspection during this period requesting that the property owner call to arrange for an interior inspection.  Letters will be sent by Ward starting with Ward 1 in July this process will continue into early 2022.
  Exterior data collection is also finalizing as data collectors are in Ward 9.  Inspections for Commercial and Industrial Properties continues throughout the City. 

DRA Revaluation Guidelines During COVID-19
20200316_Amendment to Cyclical Revaluation Contract

GOV Board of Assessors Meeting 9/17/2020 (Video)

2020-2022 Revaluation Project Update  - September 17, 2020 (YouTube Video)

Residential Data Collection Guidelines as of 6/24/2020

Residential Data Collection

GOV  Board of Assessors Meeting 6/4/2020 (Video)

2020-2022 Revaluation Project Update – June Perry – Vision Government Solutions  - June 4, 2020 (YouTube Video)

GOV Board of Assessors Meeting Videos 2021

Quarterly Status Reports to NH BTLA

Bi-Weekly Status Reports

2020-2022 Revaluation is a BTLA ordered reassessment. Please find below the Board of Tax & Land Appeals Order for Reassessment and quarterly mandated updates.

Special Board of Assessor’s Meeting on 3/2/2020 at 4pm in the Auditorium.
This is a startup meeting for the Full Measure & List Revaluation. The NH DRA and Vision Government Solutions will be attending this meeting. Please see video archive below.

Special Board of Assessor's meeting 3/2/2020 view 2

City of Nashua Begins Data Collection 

The N.H. Department of Revenue has approved the contract between The City of Nashua and Vision Government Solutions for the 2020-2022 Full Measure and List.
2020-22-Cyclical Revaluation Approval
Cyclical Revaluation Contract BTLA Reassessment Order

The contract will be submitted to the Finance Committee for approval at the February 19th meeting.
Finance Committee Agenda 02.19.2020
Memo-20-083-2020-22-Cyclical Revaluation Contract

If approved the contract will then be on the agenda for approval by the full Board of Aldermen on February 25th.

R-19-159 - BONDING RESOLUTION PASSES THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN – for a copy of the approved resolution visit  https://www.nashuanh.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/6170

Nashua issued a request for proposals (RFP), RFP0023-092619 (PDF), on August 28th

On September 5th the city held a Non-Mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting.  Two firms attended: Vision Government Solutions and Tyler Technologies.

The deadline for questions to the city was September 9th and the city posted answers to all questions received on September 11th.

On September 26th all RFP Responses were due by 3PM.  Proposals were received from the following appraisal firms:

Corcoran Consulting Associates, Inc. - RFP PDF
Wolfeboro Falls, NH  
Tyler Technologies - RFP PDF
Moraine, OH
KRT Appraisal - RFP PDF
Haverhill, MA
Vision Government Solutions - RFP PDF
Hudson, MA

A city committee, comprised of staff from Administrative Services, Assessing, Finance, Legal, Purchasing and Economic Development, reviewed the proposals, conducted interviews and recommended the selection of Vision Government Solutions.

On Monday, October 28th the Board of Assessors held a special meeting. After review of the proposals, the Board of Assessors voted to recommend to the Board of Aldermen, the selection of Vision Government Solutions.

The city will move forward drafting a contract, consulting with Vision Government Solutions, and obtaining contract approval from the NH Department of Revenue, the Finance committee and the Board of Aldermen. 

Cyclical revaluation shall commence in tax year 2019 and run through tax year 2022.