(updated content for disputing tax valuation from Cuyahoga County in 2021): Letter From Owner and Lead Appraiser We have been answering calls non-stop regarding the Cuyahoga and Lake counties tax re-assessments so thank you for your patience for those of
At Fast Appraisals we have a lot of respect for all our fellow real estate appraisers and we know that going to court to provide expert witness testimony for an appraisal report you prepared can be very intimidating. I’m in
In Summit County Ohio, the county including Akron, Fairlawn, Hudson, Twinsburg, Stow, Cuyahoga Falls and others, there are approximately 270,000 taxable parcels of land.There are two major factors that influence the amount of real estate taxes a Summit County property owner
Geauga County Auditor Frank J. Gliha recently published a press release, “2017 REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL PROPERTY VISITS” and updated the Geauga County Auditor’s website to let property owners and residents know that beginning this fall, and continuing for the next 18
Medina County has more than 82,000 separate parcels of real estate property. It is the duty of the Auditor to see that every parcel of land, and the buildings thereon, are fairly and uniformly appraised and then assessed for tax purposes.
In the state of Ohio county auditors are responsible for assessing the market value of each land parcel to determine the amount at which the owner is charged a property tax. As any home owner knows it’s this revenue that
At Fast Appraisals we are not real estate attorneys or tax attorneys and we do not represent the government in anyway (other than being licensed by the state of Ohio), however over the decades of doing home appraisals for tax
Cuyahoga County Board of Tax Appeals (Recent update to tax appeal content: 2021 Cuyahoga County Tax Appraisals) For my first blog post I wanted to share my experiences with the Cuyahoga County Board of Tax Appeals. One of the many