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    A: Yes. By state law, manufactured homes must be registered with the Assessor for property tax purposes. The Assessor requires a copy of the manufactured home motor vehicle registration or Title and the manufactured home property address or location.

    A: Before selling, moving, or trading a manufactured home, you must obtain a tax release from the Treasurer stating that all taxes have been paid, including the current year and any prior year taxes. The tax release process begins with the Assessor's Office which will require proof of ownership (Title or Certificate of Vehicle Registration) before a tax release can be issued by the County Treasurer's Office.

    A: Manufactured home and real estate assessed values are both determined by multiplying a structure's square footage by the appropriate square footage values. NADA is used to support the valuation of manufactured homes.

    A: No. The land will have its own Notice of Value and Tax Bill and the manufactured home will have its own Notice of Value and Tax Bill. The property owner will receive two Notices of Value and two bills.

    A:Yes,  as long as the manufactured home owner and the land owner are the same, and the requirements are met to convert the manufactured home to real property.  The property owner must submit a written request to the County Assessor's Office to have their home assessed as Real Property.  A copy of the guidelines and procedures can be requested from the Assessor's Office.

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