James Condra is the Sequatchie County Assessor of Property.
What is the Assessor’s role?
The Property Assessor is required by Tennessee Law to locate, classify, and appraise all taxable property within the jurisdiction of Sequatchie County. Taxable property is divided into two classes, real property and personal property. Real property includes land and all buildings, structures, and improvements to the land. Personal property is machinery and equipment, fixtures, furniture, and other items that are movable in nature and used by a business.
Some of the services provided by the Assessor’s office include:
However, the most important role of the Assessor is to provide property owners with a clear understanding of the appraisal process and how it applies to their property. The Assessor of Property office strives to provide the highest quality customer service possible, and always welcomes feedback and questions from individuals throughout Sequatchie County.
Glenda Gray – GIS Mapper
Sandy Jones – Personal Property
Sean Booth – Real Property
Alex Condra – Real Property
Jennifer Foshee – Real Property
Hailey McAfee – Part-time Media Coordinator
Dahne LaDuke – Part-time Field Reviews