CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cuyahoga County’s new estimates mean a lot as your next property tax bill is directly tied to these new values.
You can compare the value of your home with others on your street, in your neighborhood, or in your city using the searchable database below.
While the latest values published by the county tend to rise and fall at the same rate by neighborhood, not every property is the same in every neighborhood. You can use this information to assess if this is the right time to prepare an appeal to lower your county determined score.
Tax invoices tied to these new values will be sent out towards the end of the year, with payments due in January and July. Appeals are accepted from January 1st to March 31st. For more information, visit the District Audit Committee’s website at bor.cuyahogacounty.us.
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* Enter the street name only. That means Main instead of Main St. or Detroit instead of Detroit Road.
* For numbered streets, including number only. Just enter 75 for East or West 75th Street. The same goes for other street names that often use one direction. Try your search without east, west or south.
* If you can’t find your property, these county-provided records may be spelled differently (or incorrectly). You can use the county real estate data website, searchable by name at myplace.cuyahogacounty.us/. You will also find further details on each property there.
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