1.Appraisal Cards #

What are Appraisal Cards in PACS?

Appraisal Card for Building—A card used by an assessor or appraiser on which is carried a sketch or photograph of a building, a description of its location, a list of the principal factors affecting its reproduction cost and depreciation, and the calculations by which such cost and depreciation are estimated.

Note: The building appraisal card is frequently combined with the land appraisal card into a single document. In such event, the combination card may be used for a composite appraisal as well as for a summation appraisal. Also called a property record card.

Appraisal Card for Land—A card used by an assessor or appraiser on which is carried a sketch or an adequate description of a parcel of land, a description of its location, a list of the principal factors affecting its market value, and the calculations by which the market value is estimated.

Property Record Card (Form)—An assessment document with blanks for the insertion of data for property identification and description, for value estimation, and for property owner satisfaction. The basic objectives of property record forms are, first, to serve as a repository of most of the information deemed necessary for identifying and describing a property, valuing a property, and assuring property owners that the assessor is conversant with their properties, and, second, to document property appraisals. Use of properly designed property record forms permits an organized and uniform approach to amassing a property inventory.

In the PACS System, Appraisal Cards are not differentiated by Building or Land, all Appraisal Cards are the same. However, in the PACS System, Appraisal Cards can be printed by using various criteria and options.

2.Printing Appraisal Cards in Mass #

Purpose

This allows users to print appraisal cards in Mass

Prerequisites

In order to perform this procedure, the following user right must be assigned to your ID: Activities > Print Appraisal Card

Procedure

Browse PACS Application Menu, choose Activities>Appraisal Cards:

  • The following options are listed for user to choose from:
    • Print All Properties – prints every property in the system
    • Print User Defined – user defines criteria of how to print (see Print User Defined in User Guide for more information)
    • Print Using Query – use SQL query to choose properties to print appraisal cards
    • Print Using Abstract Subdivision – choose abstract subdivision
    • Print by GEO ID – choose geo id or range of geo id to print
    • Print Map ID – choose map id or range of map id
    • Print by Mobile Home Park – choose mobile home park or range of mobile home parks
    • Print by Neighborhood – choose neighborhood or range of mobile homes
    • Print by Owner – choose owners or range of owners
    • Print by Property Group – choose property group or range of property groups
    • Print by Property List – Enter property id separated by a carriage return
    • Print by Ref1 ID – chose RefID1 or range
    • Print by Ref2 ID – choose RefID2 or range

  • Print Options
    • Include Sales Information: Includes Sales/Deed information existing on property
    • Include Sketch on Front: Includes Sketch to front of card
    • Include Image on Front: Includes the Main Image of Property on front of card
    • Print Building Permit Report: If Building Permit exists on property (in PACS), includes report
    • Print Special Assessment Report: Includes Special Assessment Report
    • Print Duplex – allows appraisal cards to be printed front and back.
  • Output Settings
    • Format: choose format the output of the card (Crystal, RichText, WordforWindows, Excel, PortableDocFormat, HTML32, HTML40, ExcelRecord, ToPrinter
    • Filename: Enter filename
    • Description: Enter Description
    • Location: Inbox, Report Path or Custom
  • Preview, Post, or Close
    • Description

4.Printing Appraisal Cards with User Defined Criteria #

Purpose

Use this procedure to print appraisal cards and/or field review cards for property records that meet criteria that you define, such as improvement and land characteristics.

Prerequisites

In order to perform this procedure, the following user right must be assigned to your ID: Activities > Print Appraisal Card

Procedure

  • In PACS Application Menu, choose Activities > Appraisal Cards > Print User Defined.

  • In the Print Appraisal Cards User Defined dialog box:

  • Select the Year and the Type of card (appraisal card or type review card).
  • User will then choose the criteria they would like to select properties by: Property, Improvement, Land, Building Permit. This options can be used alone or interchangeably.
  • Sort Options – Use may use the move up and move down options to sort the appraisal cards
  • Print Options
    • Include Sales Information: Includes Sales/Deed information existing on property
    • Include Sketch on Front: Includes Sketch to front of card
    • Include Image on Front: Includes the Main Image of Property on front of card
    • Print Building Permit Report: If Building Permit exists on property (in PACS), includes report
    • Print Special Assessment Report: Includes Special Assessment Report
  • Output Settings
    • Format: choose format the output of the card (Crystal, RichText, WordforWindows, Excel, PortableDocFormat, HTML32, HTML40, ExcelRecord, ToPrinter
    • Filename: Enter filename
    • Description: Enter Description
    • Location: Inbox, Report Path or Custom
  • Count – reflects how many properties the criteria selection will affect
  • Preview, Post, or Close
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