January 14, 2019
Every parcel of real property in Ohio undergoes a major “reappraisal” by the County Auditor’s office every six years and then a minor “update” in the three years in the middle of that six-year cycle. Different counties in Ohio are on a different six year and three year cycle, so that roughly 1/3 of the counties begin a new “triennial” each year.
Below are listed the counties undergoing a major “Reappraisal” in 2018 (that new value first appearing on the January 2019 tax bill) and a minor “update” in 2018 (that new value also first appearing on the January 2019 tax bill).
The other thing important about the valuation cycle is that regardless of whether another tax complaint was brought previously, every property owner has the right to challenge his property’s assessment before the Board of Revision in the new triennial.
The schedule of counties starting a new triennial this year follows:
Finney Law Firm’s Brian Shrive will be on 55KRC with Brian Thomas on January 15 to discuss the property valuation complaint process. Listen live online here.
We will give updates as the date and location are finalized.