Marin County Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk Shelly Scott has certified the 2020 assessment roll, which represents increased growth in real estate and business property values across the county.
With a total net value of $84.25 billion, the 2020 assessment roll reflects values prior to COVID-19. The date of assessments, known as the lien date, is January 1 each year. For 2020, that was prior to the pandemic and its effect on the American economy.
The roll grew by nearly $3.7 billion (4.5%) over the prior year to an all-time high of $84,247,410,458 in total net value. In addition to the values of the county’s 96,042 real estate parcels, the total amount includes roughly $1.7 billion in business property, such as boats, aircraft, machinery, and equipment.
“The strong growth in the local real estate market for the eighth consecutive year will have a positive impact on services for Marin residents, from education to health care to transportation to public safety,” Scott said.