Why do I have to file a sales disclosure when filing a property deed?

The Sales Disclosure form was created by the Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF) to comply with IC 6-1.1-5.5. The forms are used by local assessing officials and the state for a variety of purposes including sales ratio studies, equalization, and annual market adjustments of assessed values in non-reassessment years. The form is an attempt to collect information required to describe a parcel and to determine the validity of its sales price for use in assessment studies.

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