What is the Statement of Consideration I filled out when I closed on my property?
State statute requires that a Statement of Consideration be completed whenever a deed, contract or document transferring legal title is recorded as part of the property transfer. A Statement of Consideration is a form that provides our office with some information about your purchase so that we can better determine if the purchase price can be used to help appraise other properties. If it can be determined that you purchased your property for a fair market price, that you were a willing buyer, that the seller was a willing seller, and that neither of you were under undue pressure to buy or sell, then the sale will likely be used in our market studies. You may also receive, by mail, a questionnaire to help us gather even more information about your purchase. We do this in an effort to ensure that we have all of the correct information about the purchase. Incorrect data could lead to erroneous assessments, so please carefully complete and return the forms.Statement of Consideration form.

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1. What is the level of assessment in Wyoming?
2. When are taxes due, and can I pay early?
3. Can I pay my taxes at the Assessor’s Office?
4. What is a mill levy?
5. How is the mill levy determined?
6. What are tax districts?
7. How is my property tax determined?
8. Why am I still getting a tax notice for a property I sold? Why is there a name on my notice that should not be there anymore?
9. What can I do to make sure the Assessor’s Office has the right information about my property?
10. What is my home’s legal description?
11. What are the account numbers associated with my property?
12. How often is property assessed in Sublette County?
13. When can I expect the Assessor’s Office to do an on-site inspection of my property?
14. Is there anything I need to do with the Assessment Schedule I receive each April / May?
15. How did the Assessor arrive at the value of my property?
16. Why did my value change?
17. Why does my assessment schedule or tax notice show improvements when I haven’t made any?
18. What should I do if I disagree with the value on my Notice of Assessment?
19. I want to file an appeal on my value. What do I do?
20. Is agricultural land assessed differently than other properties?
21. What is the Statement of Consideration I filled out when I closed on my property?
22. How does the Assessor acquire actual sales prices?
23. Why can’t I find out what my neighbor paid for his house?
24. Can I review the sales information used in establishing the assessed value of my property?
25. What is personal property and why do I have to list it for my business?
26. What is the deadline for filing personal property forms?
27. What do I do with the Personal Property Declaration Schedule that I just got in the mail?