How often must an appraiser view my property?

Minnesota Statute 273.08 requires that all appraisers physically review each property at least once every five years. The appraisal interval may be shorter due to review appraisals requested by the owner, ongoing new construction, or if the appraiser feels there may be an error in the property information for a particular property.

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1. How often must an appraiser view my property?
2. Why must an appraiser view the interior of my property?
3. What if I don't let the appraiser inspect my home?
4. What if I'm not home?
5. How will I identify an appraiser?
6. Am I notified if my property is going to be appraised?
7. How long does an appraisal take?
8. When will I find out what value the appraiser has put on my property?
9. How do I know if my valuation is correct?