How is an assessment determined?
The Assessor's Office studies the market and collects information about properties to estimate the fair market value. Please remember that the Assessor’s Office does not determine the total amount of taxes collected. It is the Assessor’s responsibility to find the fair market value of your property so that you may pay only your fair share of the taxes. The amount of taxes you pay is determined by a tax rate applied to your property’s assessed value. The tax rate is based on the funds needed to provide the services included in the approved city budget. Each year, sometime in October, this tax rate is set and it is reflected on the final tax bill which is due sometime in December.

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1. What is the 2018 tax rate?
2. When does the tax year begin and end?
3. When are the taxes due?
4. How is an assessment determined?
5. What if I think my tax assessment is higher than the fair market value?
6. What if I miss the deadline to file for an abatement?
7. What type of tax exemptions/tax credits are available in the City of Nashua and what are the qualifications?
8. How can I change the mailing address on my tax bill?
9. When were the assessments last updated in Nashua?
10. What is the 2018 State of N.H. Department of Revenue Administration’s equalization ratio for Nashua?