The "Assessing Monitor" Newsletter
The Assessing Department Monthly Monitor will include important dates and deadlines, notice of changes and updates within the department, and general information to increase transparency regarding the assessing function.
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USPAP mass appraisal report
The NH Department of Revenue has reviewed the USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice) mass appraisal report submitted by KRT on behalf of the City of Nashua and concluded the report complies with all state requirements, applicable laws and rules.
Property Assessment Data
Access to Your Taxpayer Records
To provide convenient customer service to our residents, a Request to View Files or Copy of Documents Form is available to help assist your request while promoting efficient use of internal resources. Submit a Request to View Files or Copy of Documents Form
GIS Maps/Assessing Information
Access our assessment data information using our GIS Maps.
Assessment Data (WebPro)
Access an online database (WebPro) that allows you to search for property assessment data. The records contain assessment information used for the December 2015 Tax Bills. If you need help with this process refer to the Assessment Data Assistance Document (PDF).
Solar Energy Systems Exemption
There has been a surge in homeowners putting solar equipment on homes in 2015. The City assesses solar equipment and it is likely that your property value will change. Per RSA 72:62, the City of Nashua offers a "Solar Energy Systems Exemption" up to the amount of $5,000 "from the assessed value, for property tax purposes, for persons owning real property which is equipped with a solar energy system as defined in RSA 72:61".
See the Solar Exemption News Release (PDF) for more information.
The mission of the Assessing Department is to ensure that all property within the City of Nashua is assessed fairly and equitably in accordance with RSA 75:1 which states in part [Assessing Departments] "shall appraise all taxable property at its full and true value in money...and shall receive and consider all evidence that may be submitted to them relative to the value of property". Accordingly, the Assessing Department's purpose is to administer NH State Laws and programs governing property assessment in an honest and professional manner.
To meet that responsibility, the Assessing Department, with a professionally trained team of appraisers, administrative personnel and state of the art technology, conduct various assessing practices to ensure an equitable and accountable real estate based assessment program. Therefore, the department is able to provide the citizens of Nashua with fair administration of programs governing property assessment, municipal efficiency and prompt response to public inquiries./DocumentCenter/View/86/News-Release---Solar-Exemption-PDF
- What is the 2018 tax rate?
- When does the tax year begin and end?
- When are the taxes due?
- How is an assessment determined?
- What if I think my tax assessment is higher than the fair market value?
- What if I miss the deadline to file for an abatement?
- What type of tax exemptions/tax credits are available in the City of Nashua and what are the qualifications?
- How can I change the mailing address on my tax bill?
- When were the assessments last updated in Nashua?
- What is the 2018 State of N.H. Department of Revenue Administration’s equalization ratio for Nashua?