HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) -- The annual assessment process in the city of Holland has gotten underway. City assessing administrator Dave Vanderheide says the State Tax Commission recommends that assessors inspect 20% of properties within the city limits. He says they want the fairest and bests results. According to Vanderheide, accurate assessments, including accurate record cards, are a benefit to theproperty owner. An interior inspection is desired at each property but homeowners are not required to do so. There’s no penalty if a homeowner does not want to participate. The assessors will still have to review the property as best they can from the street.
Story by: Diane E Coston