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Johnson County Residential Property Valuation
KS
10/26/2017 11:27 AM

If you’re looking for a home in Johnson County, there’s about a two-month supply of homes for residents. Due to strong demand, residential property values continue to rise.  In 2017, 95 percent of residential real estate values increased.

 

The Johnson County Appraiser’s Office formed the Residential Reappraisal Advisory Committee in August 2017. The purpose of this committee comprised of realtors, lenders and fee appraisers, is to advise the county of current residential market trends.  

 

The appraiser's responsibility is to value property at fair market value; the price it would bring on an open, competitive market. In order to arrive at that value, county staff review sales activity.

 

By March 1, residents will receive a Notice of Appraised Value. If a homeowner disagrees with the valuation, he or she has 30 days to file an appeal with the county. This hearing is an informal conversation about the property.

 

For more information, see www.jocogov.org/appraiser.

Reference
Lori Sand
913-715-8572
 
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