If the property tax records indicate an overpayment of real estate taxes, one or more parties may be eligible for a refund. Overpayments can occur for several reasons. Often they are the result of recent ownership changes where both the previous and current owners make payment toward the same tax charges. Sometimes they are the results of adjustments to the tax charges made after the billing has occurred and payments submitted.
Instructions for Submission:
- Contact the Treasurer's Office by fax or mail regarding your request to
resolve a refund issue.
- Please provide a daytime telephone number.
- Send information by fax or mail to:
Taxpayer Service Department
Montgomery County Treasurer's Office
451 West Third Street
Dayton, OH 45422
Fax number: (937) 496-7652
If you have any questions, please contact the Treasurer's Office at (937) 225-4010, Option 1.
Unclaimed property is any financial asset for which an owner has not generated activity for an extended period of time. This may include savings, checking, or certificate of deposit accounts; payroll (wages, bonuses, commissions); stocks and bonds (uncashed dividends, interest checks, underlying shares principal); insurance proceeds; credit balances; customer deposits; travelers checks; money orders and other intangible interests or benefits.
Search for unclaimed funds at the Ohio Department of Commerce.