Framingham Massachusetts

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Assessing Department & Board of Assessors
William G. Naser, MAA
Chief Assessor
           
Wendy Elassy
Administrative Assessor


Cynthia Lombardi
Office Manager

Ph. 508-532-5415
Fx. 508-620-4857
           
150 Concord St. Rm. 101
Framingham, MA 01702

Office Hours:

Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday & Friday

8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday
8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

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Residential Tax Rate
Residential Tax Rate                    

 Commercial Tax Rate   Commercial, Industrial or      Personal Property Tax Rate  

Board Members:

Kathryn Peirce, MAA
Arthur Holmes, MAA
Elizabeth Fekete
             

To complete an online survey about your interaction with the Assessing Department, please click on the customer survey link below:

Customer Survey 
   
Search:  
Real Estate Database  Map Address Search 
   
Forms:  
Abutters Request Billing Address Change 
Bill of Sale Income and Expense Form
Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Abatement Form Personal Property Form of List
Tax Deferral Form Tax Exempt Form

Assessor Links:
Assessment Administration: Law Procedures and Value Course 101 Handbook
Commercial Comparison Presentation
Condo Information
Condo Sales use for FY 2014 Values
Data Collection Manual
Department of Revenue - Clause Exemptions (including Elderly, Veterans, Disabled and Surviving Spouses)
Granted Real Estate Abatements
Historic Tax Rates
Matrix Operation Review
Sales used for FY 2014 Values
 
Mission Statement:
The Assessors Department is primarily responsible for determining the full and fair cash value of all real and personal property within the Town of Framingham. Other duties of the Assessors Department include, but are not limited to: administering motor vehicle excise tax, compile and submit the annual Tax Rate Revenue, abate/exempt/ or defer taxes, defend established values on abatement applications and at Appellate Tax Board hearings, maintain tax assessment maps, and oversee the town's overlay reserve account (an account established to fund abatement exemptions and unpaid taxes for the property or asset. This is known as ad valorem tax, or according to value tax. It is important to note that Assessors do not raise or lower taxes, nor do the Assessors set rate of taxation (tax rate). These determinations are made with the assistance of assessment values, but are decisions made outside of the scope of the Assessing Department.

 
Town of Framingham
150 Concord St.
Framingham, MA 01702
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