Tyler Technologies awarded appraisal software deal by DeKalb County

Tyler Technologies has signed an agreement with DeKalb County, Georgia, for technology-driven mass appraisal services using Tyler Verify. Under the agreement, Tyler’s CLT Appraisal Services staff will use Tyler Verify software to conduct street-level imaging and data collection services for properties throughout DeKalb County.

The appraisal staff will use the software in customized vehicles that will travel through county streets to photograph and verify addresses on approximately 235,000 structures, including residential, office, retail, industrial, and manufacturing facilities. Vehicles will come to a complete stop at every property to capture detailed street-level images and conduct a review and verification of property record data.

Tyler’s CLT Appraisal Services has appraised more than 30 million parcels across 46 states, according to a statement released by the company.

DeKalb County also uses Tyler’s iasWorld appraisal and tax administration software.

DeKalb County has more than 700,000 residents and is Georgia’s third most populous county.

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