The Board of Revision Complaint Form is a
formal appeal of the appraised value of real property. According
to state law, these forms must be filed with the auditor's office no
later than March 31, in order to be considered. After a Board of
Revision Appeal is filed, a hearing will be scheduled with the board.
The Board of Revision's only function is to determine the
true market value (estimated selling price) of property. Please
keep in mind, it does not deal with taxes or tax rates for your property
or the appraised value of your neighbor's property. Only recent
sale values of properties in your area will be used to put an assessed
value on your property. The board will take into consideration any
unique aspects of your property. The Board of Revision can raise,
as well as lower, your appraised value based on recent sales in your
area. Be advised that by Ohio law, the burden of proof to
establish market value is on the property owner.
For more information on Board of Revision and how to appeal your
property value, read our
Board of Revision
brochure. If you are interested in filing a complaint, please
review the links below.