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Bid Number: RFP# 06-17-2022
Bid Title: General Reassessment
Category: General Reassessment RFP# 06-17-2022
Status: Closed


The purpose of this RFP is to obtain professional General Reassessment services for Cumberland County, Virginia in accordance with section 58.1-3252 et seq. of the code of Virginia.  The County will seek to contract with a qualified, licensed real estate mass appraisal firm to perform this work. The successful Offeror shall complete the reassessment of the value(s) of each parcel and structure in Cumberland County to be effective January 1, 2024, and shall prepare such data in form appropriate for inclusion in the tax records of Cumberland County.

Proposals will be accepted in accordance with the information contained in this proposal package. There are approximately 9,436 real estate parcels (9,065 taxable and 371 non-taxable). The last general reassessment was conducted in 2019, effective January 1, 2020. The Commissioner of the Revenue is Julie Phillips (804)492-4280.

Publication Date/Time:
6/17/2022 1:30 PM
Publication Information:
Request for Proposal
Closing Date/Time:
Open Until Contracted
Submittal Information:
Sealed bids
Contact Person:
Julie Phillips, Commissioner of the Revenue
Phone: (804) 492-4280
Business Hours:
8:30am to 4:30 pm
Fax Number:
In order for a proposal to be responsive and for an Offeror to be deemed responsible, a proposal must certify that the Offeror:

1. Possesses a license as a certified general real estate appraiser as defined by Section 54.1- 2009 et seq. of the Code of Virginia;

2. Has been approved by the Virginia Department of Taxation to perform appraisals of the type defined in the “Purpose and Scope of Work,” herein; and

3. Has a working familiarity with the computer systems software and data transfer protocols used by the Cumberland County Commissioner of the Revenue.

During the term of the Contract, the Offeror shall maintain the licenses and approvals referred to above, and its failure to do so shall be grounds for Cumberland County to terminate this Contract in ten days’ written notice to Contractor unless within that period the Contractor has re-established said certifications. Offeror will provide documentary evidence of said certifications upon request of Cumberland County. Offeror will notify Cumberland County in writing within three days of Offeror’s receipt of notice of the revocation or suspension, or proposed revocation or suspension, of said certifications.

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