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801 Clark St.
Ely, NV 89301
Ph: (775) 293-6509
Fx: (775) 289-2544
What is "real property" or "real estate"?
According to NRS 361.035 "real estate" or " real property" means:
(a) All houses, buildings. fences, ditches, structures, erections, railroads, toll roads and bridges, or other improvements built or erected upon any land, whether such land is private property or property of this state or of the United States, or of any municipal or other corporation, or of any county, city or town in this state.
(b) Any mobile home, factory-built housing or manufactured home which meets the requirements of NRS 361.244
(c) The ownership of, or claim to, or possession of, or right of possession to any lands within this state.
(d) The claim by or the possession of any person, firm, corporation, association or company to any land.
2. The property described in subsection 1 must be listed under the head of "real estate."
3. Except as otherwise provided inNRS 361.2445, when an agreement has been entered into, whether in writing or not, or when there is sufficient reason to believe that an agreement has been entered into, for the dismantling, moving or carrying away or wrecking of the property described in subsection 1, the property must be classified as personal property, and not real estate.
4. For the purpose of this chapter, "real estate" or "real property" does not include leasehold or other possessory interests in land owned by the Federal Government on which land the Federal Government is paying taxes to the State of Nevada or is, pursuant to contractual obligation, paying any sum in lieu of taxes to the State of Nevada.

Assessor - Real Property

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1. What is "real property" or "real estate"?
2. How does the Assessor determine taxable value of real property?
3. What is the appraisal methodology according to Nevada Law?
4. How can my property taxes go up if my property values go down?
5. Why did my abatement go away?
6. What if you disagree with the value the Assessor places on your property?
7. Property tax exemptions: