Any Sudbury resident who hasn't recently had their home inspected, or anyone who has had recent work done on their property will likely soon receive a visit from the Town Assessors' Office in the upcoming weeks.
According to information on the Town of Sudbury website, state mandate requires that over a 10-year period, the Town Assessors are required to complete inspections of every property in town through a cyclical property inspection program.
As a result, residents who have not recently had their property inspected, anyone who has had ongoing building permit activity ongoing or anyone who recently had building permit completed will likely receive a visit from someone with the Sudbury Assessors.
The inspection process includes verifying measurements inside the home, and retrieving data elements at the home.
"Please keep in mind that a property inspection is clearly the most assured means to achieving an accurate, equitable property assessment," the town said.
Anyone with questions can contact the Town Assessors at (978) 639-3395, or email email@example.com.