Dear Property Owner:

In an effort to maintain fair and equitable assessments for all properties, the firm of Municipal Resources, Inc. (Contract Assessor’s Agent), is performing a cyclical review of all properties in the Town.  They will visit roughly 25% of the properties each year to check for accurate measurements and to verify all pertinent data of each improvement. Property Owners will receive letters if their property is scheduled for a visit. 

Due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, and in an abundance of caution, MRI staff will not be conducting any interior inspections. However, if you receive a letter and do not indicate otherwise by calling the MRI office at 603-279-0352, MRI staff will visit your property to verify measurements and exterior details of any property improvements. 

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we navigate cyclical inspections during this challenging time. Please contact us with any questions. 


Municipal Resources, Inc

Contract Assessor's Agent Town of Newmarket

All assessing staff from Municipal Resources, Inc. are certified by the New Hampshire Department of Revenue and will adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Staff will be wearing identification badges, will have signs on their vehicles and will have introduction letters from the Town showing their vehicle information and Town contact information.

  •  Staff will knock on the front door of the property before conducting an inspection. 

  •  Due to COVID-19, and in an abundance of caution, MRI staff will not be conducting any interior inspections. 

  • A typical inspection takes around 10 minutes. If no one is home, exterior measurements of all improvements will be taken.

  • Frequently Asked Questions:


    What is a Cyclical Review?  A Cyclical review is a systematic house by house, neighborhood by neighborhood review of each property to verify that the information listed on the Town’s assessment record matches the property.


    How often will my property be reviewed?  The review process is a revolving program and your property will be typically be viewed once every 4-5 years. In addition to the cyclical reviews, appraisers will review all sales, building permits, subdivisions, and boundary line adjustments. 


    Will this change my property Value?  Only if the information in the assessing record is found to be inaccurate.  Such as:  The property record card has no listing of a deck but the property does have a deck.  Or, the property record card indicates the property has three baths but there are only two.   



    Current MRI Assessing Staff: Scott Marsh, CNHA; Paul Mckenney, CNHA; Michael Pelletier, CNHA; Edward Tinker, CNHA; Paul Moreau; Shawn Main; Michael O'Leary; Daniel Scalzo; Seth Giberson.