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You may contact the Montgomery County Auditor's office at 937-225-4326 or visit the Auditor's website for more detailed information. After entering your parcel information and selecting the specific parcel you are researching, click on the Levy Distribution menu item
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According to Ohio law, all change of mailing address requests must be submitted in writing to the Montgomery County Treasurer. If you wish to change the mailing address for real estate tax bills, please fill out the Change of Address form.
Property taxes in Montgomery County are billed one entire year in arrears, therefore the 1st half bill is for the calendar time of January through June of the year prior and the 2nd half bill is for the calendar time July through December of the year prior.Mobile Home property taxes are billed in the actual calendar year. Further questions regarding manufactured homes can be addressed at (937) 225-5255.
All information about payment options and the different charges associated with them can be found on the Payment Options page.
You can file an appeal with the Auditor's Office Board of Revision. You can request the application be mailed to you by calling 937-496-6856. The application must be filed between January 2 and March 31. All complaints filed with the Board of Revision are investigated and formal hearings may be held to solicit testimony. It is the responsibility of the property owner to justify their complaint. The Board of Revision has the authority to increase or decrease property valuation.
If you pay your real estate taxes through an escrow plan with your mortgage company, the amount withheld will appear on the 1099 form sent to you by your mortgage company. If you do not have financial records of payments you have made for real estate taxes, please call our office at 937-225-4010, Option 1. The Treasurer's office does not automatically mail out this information. You must call to request an itemization of payments made on real estate taxes.
If the value of your property decreased, your taxes may still increase based on an increase of the effective tax rate. This tax rate is changed based on levies that pass in the jurisdiction where your property is located.