Mark is your Nunda Township Assessor. Mark was elected your Nunda Township Assessor effective January 1st, 2018 and has been employed by the Nunda Township Assessor’s office since 1988. He carries an advanced designation with the Illinois Property Assessment Institute and is a member of the International Association of Assessing Officers.
Chief Deputy Assessors
Kristin oversees and directs much of the daily activity of the deputy assessors, she has an extensive background in Mass Appraisal and is experienced in the assessment of all types of properties. Kristin is a member of the International Association of Assessing Officers and was awarded her Certified Illinois Assessing Officer designation from the Illinois Property Assessment Institute.
Heidi, and Karen, are very experienced in Real Property Assessment and have extensive backgrounds in the Real Estate Market and Mass Appraisal Valuation. All deputies carry the designation of Certified Illinois Assessing Officers, which were obtained thru the Illinois Property Assessment Institute.
Mary coordinates our residential data collection. Mary has been with the Nunda Township Assessors office since 2002 and is very familiar with the many neighborhoods in the township. Mary spends most of her time in the field following up on building permits, measuring and listing property characteristics, speaking with property owners and updating property record cards etc.
Office Support Staff
Lisa and David complete your Nunda Township Assessment Team. Much of Lisa’s time is spent processing Real Estate Transfer Declarations, Building Permits, and generating reports for use by team members. In addition, Lisa is typically your first contact when either phoning or visiting the office.
David works closely with Lisa on the many tasks listed above. In addition, David spends a great deal of time in the field working under the direction of Mary in the many aspects of data collection.
The support staff is a key source in the verification of details in the transfers of properties that occur in the Township as well as helping residents when applying for exemptions as well as lending support to the rest of the team completing various tasks.
The Nunda Township taxpayers should be very confident in the assessment team that has been assembled to serve their needs. I believe it is one of the BEST in the county and we will strive to continue to improve and provide the taxpayers with the best possible service. Each of these positions are vital components that help to achieve the timely completion of the annual assessment cycle.