Property assessor to revalue damaged properties after Harvey's storms in middle Tennessee
NASHVILLE, Tenn. —
Davidson County's Property Assessor reminded neighbors on Wednesday that her office is still accepting requests for re-evaluation after last week's flooding from Harvey remnants.
Middle Tennessee was hit with flash flooding, high winds and three tornadoes as the remnants of Harvey passed over the mid-state.
Davidson Co. Property Assessor Vivian Wilhoite said the office is still accepting requests from neighbors with substantial damage to their homes.
The office defines substantial damage as a home unfit for occupancy or damages that reduced the property value by more then 50 percent.
"While we are not trying to minimize the damages to any property, please be aware that we can only make adjustments for substantial damages," Wilhoite said in a news release.
Anyone who contacted the office by Wednesday Sept. 6 is eligible for a property value adjustment.