DENVER (CBS4) – Property values are going up all over Colorado.

Seven county assessors reported big increases on Tuesday.

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Adams County saw the biggest rise in value with homes going up by 40 percent from 2014.

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Boulder County was next at 35 percent. Elbert, Denver and Jefferson counties weren’t far behind.

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Assessors will mail out property value notices by May 1.