Real Estate

Property Values by CCDPER

Be sure to watch a short informative video on how the reassessment process works. 

Notice:  The Board of Equalization hearing for Monday, January 30, 2023 has been canceled.

The 2023 assessment notices have been mailed. Please note that these notices reflect the revised assessed value as of January 1, 2023 for the property described in the “CHANGE IN ASSESSED VALUE” block of the document.

As required by Section 58.1-3201 of the Code of Virginia, your property has been assessed at 100% of its fair market value. Property values change from year to year because of new construction, additions, rezoning, land subdivisions, or other changes.

For additional information on how values are assessed, please view the following videos: 

Viewing Neighborhood Property Values

Understanding Property Values – How Do I Find My Current Value?

 You may also ask to speak to an assessor by calling (800) 213-7314 or emailing 

All appeals of the Campbell County 2023 reassessment will be held in the County Real Estate Office located in the Citizens Services Building at 85 Carden Lane in Rustburg VA. 

If you wish to appeal your 2023 assessment, you may schedule an appointment for a hearing by calling (800) 213-7314.

If you are not satisfied with the results of your hearing, you may continue your appeal to the Board of Equalization. Appeals to the Board of Equalization must be in writing on forms obtainable at the County Real Estate office or by emailing and must be filed on or before the end of business on January 17, 2023.


If you would like to request a call from the assessor, please email your request to:


Hearings will be held:

Morning Hours:

November 28th, 30th 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

December 1st, 5th, 7th, 8th, 12th 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

December 2nd, 9th, 16th 9:30 am - 1:00 pm

 Evening Hours:

November 29th 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

December 6th and 13th 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Pursuant to §§ 58.1-3331 & 58.1-3332 of the Code of Virginia, you have the right to view and make copies of records maintained by the county assessment office in accordance with the procedures set forth in §§ 58.1-3331 and 58.1-3332.


Please contact the Commissioner of Revenue’s Office at 434-332-9518 for Land Use questions.

Real Estate & Mapping Office

The office of Real Estate and Mapping is responsible for producing the Land Book each year and for keeping track of all land ownership and tax assessments for the County. The office assesses all new construction and new subdivisions each year, and maintains records of land ownership transfers. 

Real Estate and Mapping is helpful in a variety of research endeavors involving land transfers and divisions. It also helps in trying to locate specific addresses and determining ownership of property. Items and services provided by this office include:
  • Alphabetical listing of ownership of property
  • Numerical listing of ownership (by map number)
  • Tax cards on each piece of property (showing how the assessments were calculated on the land and buildings
Tax maps (maps showing a basic outline of each piece of property in the County) and aerial photographs of the entire County are maintained by the County's GIS office. 

The Real Estate and Mapping office also provides real estate information online.


 State law requires that all property be assessed at 100% of fair market value and mandates equity throughout the County. Since the population of Campbell County now exceeds 50,000, the reassessment cycle will take place every 4 years. The most recent reassessment was completed in 2019. 

Reassessment FAQ's 

 What is the purpose of the County's Reassessment Office?
 This office is responsible for assessing the market value of all properties within Campbell County, except for properties owned by public service corporations, such as utility companies, rail companies, etc.
What is Market Value?  The most probable price that a willing and knowledgeable buyer and seller will agree upon, assuming  a fair and normal sale with no undue pressure upon either party.
 How are real estate taxes calculated?   The real estate tax rate is set by Board of Supervisors annually.  The tax rate is applied to the assessed value, per $100.
What does equalization mean?  State law requires that “uniformity” or “equality” of assessments be attained to ensure that the tax burden be distributed fairly.
What is the cost approach method to arriving at market value?   Involves estimating the cost of improvements and deducting any accrued depreciation and adding the land value.
 Why don’t all property values rise at the same rate every year? No two properties or neighborhoods are exactly alike. Factors such  as location, house type, age, condition, size, terrain, heating type, number of baths, basement finish, fireplaces, porches, garages, decks and many others must be considered. For a true comparison, Campbell County strategically places properties/parcels into specific neighborhoods. This ensures they are valued with similar properties within that respective neighborhood/region of the locality.    
 How can my value increase when I haven’t added on or renovated the building?  Though not always the case, general economic conditions will influence the value of real estate.
How often are properties appraised?   Every Four Years 
 What happens if I add or remove an outbuilding?   Appraisers will note and correct any additions or removals of outbuildings during the reassessment process. 
 When are reassessment notices mailed? Will I have a chance to ask questions or appeal?   You will receive your reassessment notice in November  2022.  If you have questions regarding your reassessment value, you may attend an informal office hearing to share your concerns. Any formal appeals are heard by the Board of Equalization and the Campbell County Circuit, per the Code of VA.