Montgomery County Auditor Karl Keith announced that image collection for the 2014 Revaluation Project is complete. The next step in the revaluation process will be the verification of property. Property verification has recently begun in Germantown, German Twp., New Lebanon, Jackson Twp., as well as Farmersville and is scheduled to be completed by the end of November.
Ohio law requires counties to update property information every six years in an effort to maintain accurate data on every parcel in the county. Correct up-to-date property information is crucial to ensure fair and equitable property values.
Montgomery County has contracted with Dayton-based Tyler Technologies, Inc. to digitally photograph and verify every property in the county. With the property photo phase done, the next stage of the revaluation process, validating data, is beginning.
Residents should expect to see vehicles verifying properties around the community. All vehicles involved in the 2014 Revaluation Project will be clearly marked with the County logo. All municipalities have been notified that appraisers will be verifying properties.
For more information regarding the 2014 Revaluation Project, please contact the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office at 937-225-4326 or visit www.mcreval.org.
Date: November 8, 2013