The 2020 reappraisal of owner-occupied, residential properties in Summit County has concluded, according to county fiscal officer Kristen Scalise. Ohio law mandates that the office must determine the market value of properties every six years.
During the sexennial reappraisal, county appraisers visited and evaluated all of the 261,000 parcels in the county. Appraisers divided residential properties into appraisal “neighborhoods,” where parcels shared characteristics and were affected by similar influences. Appraisers then analyzed sales ratio reports from 2019 to determine how values changed since the last reappraisal.
New property values can be viewed online at fiscaloffice.summitoh.net/. Click on the “Property” icon in the top menu and search for a parcel.