|Revaluation is conducted to make sure that all real property is valued equitably based on its market value as of an effective date. |
By North Carolina Law, all counties must conduct a revaluation at least once every eight years; however, the date for a revaluation can be advanced.
The last revaluation Onslow County conducted was in 2018.
This means that since 2018 all property owners are carrying value and paying taxes based on the 2018 true market value of each property.