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For the purposes of filing a timely appeal, as long as your petition includes sufficient information or statements to apprise the board and the assessor of the reasons why you believe the assessor’s determination is incorrect, it is not necessary to include all the evidence you intend to use at your hearing. It is recommended that you provide the evidence you will use as early as possible. Additional evidence may be submitted up to twenty one business days before your hearing (WAC 458-14-056(5)).
Documentary evidence (comparable sales, appraisals, contractor estimates, pictures, site plans, maps, etc.) must be submitted to the board at least twenty one business days before the hearing. Narrative testimony or videos used to clarify your previously submitted evidence may be presented during the hearing.