Town of Alton

Official Website of Alton, New Hampshire

2021 Revaluation Bid

The Town of Alton is seeking bids for the performance of a Statistical Update in compliance with RSA 75:8-a, Rev (600) rules and USPAP Standard VI, effective April 1, 2021 utilizing the Avitar CAMA system. The Town has maintained an on-going cyclical inspection program and all properties within the Town have been measured and inspected no earlier than January 1, 2015.

The Town expects the winning bidder to be able to collaborate with and utilize the assistance of the Municipal Assessor, who is pursuing certification as an NH DRA-Certified Assessor Supervisor upon the completion of this project.

The Town was fully revalued in 2017, and consists of 5,841 parcels as of April 1, 2020.

The 2019 Alton equalization statistics are: Ratio: 88.2%; PRD: 1.00; COD: 14.88.

The Town of Alton consists of:

1,052 Residential Land parcels (Vacant)
324 Residential Current Use Land Only parcels (Vacant)
1,745 Residential Land & Building parcels
178 Residential Land & Building with Current Use parcels
88 Manufactured Housing units on Own Land
318 Manufactured Housing Units on Land of Another
1,796 Duplex & Multi-Family parcels
19 Commercial/Industrial Land Only parcels (Vacant)
97 Commercial/Industrial Land & Building parcels
9 Commercial/Industrial Land & Buildings with Current Use
2 Utility Properties Utilizing NH DRA Values
213 Tax-Exempt parcels
5,841 Total properties (1,507 Waterfront)

Questions may be addressed to: Robb Jutton, Assessor: (603) 875-0205 or rjutton@alton.nh.gov

Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked “2021 Revaluation ”, mailed or hand delivered to: Alton Town Hall, Attn: Selectmen’s Office, 1 Monument Square, PO Box 659, Alton, NH 03809 no later than Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 12:00 pm with an opening date “To be determined” by the Board of Selectmen. No faxed or e-mailed bids will be accepted. The Selectmen reserve the right to accept or reject any and all bids for any reason whatsoever in the best interest of the Town. In the event that more than one low bidder is deemed comparable, the Town reserves the right to re-negotiate and/or request additional information with the selected vendors.

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