Appraisal


The Auditor is responsible for establishing values for every property in the county. As required by Ohio law, a reappraisal is completed every six years, with a triennial update of property values at the three-year midpoint.

  • A reappraisal involves a visual inspection of the property. This includes assessing the condition and gathering data regarding changes that may have occurred since the last reappraisal. Inspections can be done virtually using desktop appraisal tools.
  • A triennial update is an update of value based on sales only. 
Each year, appraisers also review properties that have had changes due to a sale/transfer, new construction, damage, or demolition. 

Property owners who do not agree with the valuation of their property may file a complaint with the Board of Revision once every three years between January 1 and March 31.