Sometime a face to face meeting is a good way to hash out an issue that isn’t so cut and dry or discuss a larger value reduction (usually over $50,000 in reduced value). If it is worth it to take time out of your day you may want to meet informally with a district appraiser. You will likely need to wait in line to see an appraiser. Depending on the time of year and time of day, the wait time will vary. Going in early in the appeal season (as close to when you received the notice) is better than waiting until right before your Appraisal Review Board hearing. You should always go at least 48 hours before your hearing (2 business days). The biggest tip I can offer you is to be organized with your information. Know the value you are asking for and how you calculated that value. The evidence packet that supplies to you does this for you. 

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