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Include These Assessor Skills
- Property assessment expertise
- Availability for travel
- Communication and interpersonal skills
- Math skills
- Computer competency
Thinking of applying to an assessor position? Use the example assessor cover letter below as inspiration.
Dear Mr. Montoya:
As a dedicated and creative assessor with extensive experience, I understand and possess the tools needed to accurately determine property values. I will be a valuable asset as Gerald County’s new assessor.
After working as a real estate agent for five years, I have spent the last three years as an assessor for Montgomery County. I have extensive experience in personally inspecting properties and determining appraisal values. In addition, I have a deep knowledge of the property market in this area. These skills, combined with my strong communication skills and attention to detail, make me a great fit for the role of assessor to Gerald County.
Highlights of my qualifications include:
Initiated a real property deed recording process for Montgomery County purchases while reviewing required Sales Disclose Forms for completeness and accuracy
Communicated deed conflicts with the Montgomery County recorder’s office and the Montgomery County auditor’s office in order to assist patrons with property disputes
Developed and maintained a filing system for tracking and organizing forms
Developed and revised new and existing commercial-industrial assessments for the purpose of real estate taxation
Led field work and data collection that required visual property inspections and recording building measurements as generated by building permits, occupancy permits, and taxpayer requests
My attributes feature an ability to focus on details and make balanced, informed decisions. I am prepared to make an immediate and long-term contribution to your county, and I welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss my qualifications and candidacy in further detail.
Alice G. Jones