Mike Kovack

Mike Kovack
Medina County Auditor

144 N. Broadway St, Medina, OH  44256
Medina:  (330) 725-9754     Toll free:  (844) 722-3800, ext. 9754

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Statistics Report
March 13, 2017 - March 17, 2017


Mike Kovack, Medina County Auditor, today released the following information regarding county finances for the week of March 13, 2017 through March 17, 2017:  

Overall revenues for the county this week were $3,132,714.67. The largest income source was from local government in the amount of $3,132,714.67. The Auditor’s Accounting Department issued 716 checks for total expenditures of $1,230,715.78 - approved expenditures totaled $1,086,406.07. Four vendor’s licenses were issued.            

Interested citizens can review individual expenditures of the county on the Auditor’s website at www.medinacountyauditor.org. Click on “County Information” on the left hand side. 

There were 52 residential home sales this week. The average sale price for a home in Medina County this week was $228,185. The total fees collected for transfers were $44,001.50. There were 3 commercial sales this week. The average sale price for a commercial sale in Medina County this week was $876,667. The total fees collected for transfers were $1,006.50.

BOR (Board of Revision) forms are due March 31, 2017. 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 questions please contact Chris at (330) 725-9139.