Each County Auditor is mandated by state law to conduct a reappraisal of all real property (land and buildings) every six years. The reappraisal requires that each parcel of property in the county be individually reviewed to verify that the facts listed on the property record cards in the Auditor's Office are accurate and up-to-date.
Recent sales of properties are important yardsticks used by appraisers in determining market values. An easy rule of thumb is to ask yourself if you could sell your property at the appraised price. If your answer is "yes" or "I think I could sell it for a lot more," then you should be satisfied with your appraised value.
If you are still unhappy, you can file a Board of Revision form in our office between January 1 and March 31 of next year and meet with the Board to discuss your concerns.
Informal hearings will be held at the following locations:
For more information, check out 2019 Property Reappraisal or call the Medina County Auditor's Office at one of the following phone numbers: