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For information regarding 2019 Reports of Destroyed Real Property, go to the Destroyed Real Property page. 


2019 Real Property Valuation Protests

On August 6, 2019, the Board of Equalization (BOE) determined 2019 property valuations for all real property valuation protests that were reviewed by the BOE and its referees. To see the list of approved valuations, click here.

The report associated with a real property valuation protest, which includes the Board of Equalization’s decision and documentation related to the protest, is available on the Search for Documents page.

The Douglas County Clerk’s Office can also provide copies of reports or specific documentation associated with real property valuation protests. These can be requested by calling (402) 444-6762, or by visiting the Douglas County Clerk’s Office in the Omaha-Douglas Civic Center at 1819 Farnam St. #H08, Omaha, NE 68183.

Please keep in mind, electronic copies are provided at no charge; however, hard copies are provided at $0.25/page (capped at $10 for commercial property class reports, and capped at $5 for all other property class reports).

To see a map of protests received for 2019, click here.

Real Property Valuation Protest questions can be directed to (402) 444-6762 or to (402) 444-6510.


Opportunity to Appeal the Board of Equalization's Decision on your Real Property Valuation Protest

You may appeal the Board of Equalization's decision to the Nebraska Tax Equalization and Review Commission (TERC). However, the deadline to file the appeal was September 10, 2019.

For more information on TERC, go to http://terc.nebraska.gov/ or call (402) 471-2842.










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