INSTRUCTIONS: AFFIDAVIT OF PROPERTY VALUE
Much of the form is self-explanatory. These instructions provide clarification for selected items.
For further assistance, please contact the County Assessor, the County Recorder, the Department of
Revenue, or an Arizona real estate professional.
1. ASSESSOR'S PARCEL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER(s) - This ID # can be obtained from the
County Assessor. Naturally, if the sale consists of one parcel, it should be entered as the Primary
Parcel. If the sale includes more than one parcel, the one that most influenced the sale should be listed
as the Primary Parcel, with the additional parcels listed in the spaces provided. However, no more
than four additional parcels should be entered.
3b. RELATED BUYER AND SELLER? - Please indicate if the buyer and seller are related persons or
related business entities. Examples: 1) A sale between parent and child, 2) A sale between a parent
corporation and its subsidiary, 3) A sale between an individual and a business owned by that individual.
4. ADDRESS OF PROPERTY - The property’s street address and city. If the property does not have a
street address, provide a brief description of its location.
5. MAIL TAX BILL TO - Name and address where the tax bill can be mailed. Include city, state and zip.
6. PROPERTY TYPE (for Primary Parcel) – The key is to answer this basic question. What type of
property was purchased for the Sale Price in Item 11? If there is more than one use, check only that use
which is most predominant. If the sale includes more than one parcel, check only the predominant use of
the Primary Parcel. Note: Do not use Box F for a sale of vacant land.
10. TYPE OF DEED OR INSTRUMENT - Check only one box. If "Other", briefly describe.
11. SALE PRICE - The amount agreed upon by the seller and the buyer. Costs associated with the sale,
such as sales commissions and closing costs, should not be added to or deducted from the sale price.
12. DATE OF SALE - Enter a two-digit month and a two-digit year. Note: