Ohio (OH) Property Tax Info
|Property Tax Rank in US (best =1)||9|
|Corporate Tax Rank in US (best =1)||42|
|Sales Tax Rank in US (best =1)||32|
|Effective Real-Estate Tax Rate||1.60%|
|Is Personal Property Taxable||No|
|Ohio State Website||http://ohio.gov/|
|Largest Metro Area||2,106,541|
For Real Property
- Ohio Property Tax Filing Deadline Forms generally are not required for tax years after 2008 or, for certain telecommunication property, 2010. For certain utilities, between February 15 and April 30.
- Ohio Property Tax Appeal Deadline On or before March 31
For Business Personal Property
- BPP Filing (Rendition) Deadline Exempt
- BPP Appeal Deadline Exempt
Ohio Property Tax Rate
Property tax rates in Ohio are higher than the national average, which is currently 1.07%. The average effective property tax rate in Ohio is 1.48%, which ranks as the 13th-highest in the U.S.
The average effective property tax rate in Ohio is 1.48%, which ranks as the 13th-highest in the U.S. Property taxes in Ohio pay for important local services like schools, police departments and parks. They’re also a major source of revenue for city and county governments.
How does Ohio Property Taxes Works?
Ohio Property taxes pay for important local services like schools, police departments and parks. They’re also a major source of revenue for city and county governments. Every county has a county auditor who is responsible for determining the assessed value of each home in the county, on which property taxes are based.
Property appraisals follow a six-year cycle in Ohio. Counties conduct full appraisals once every six years, and values are updated based on market conditions in the third year after the appraisal. Appraised values should equal 100% of market value.
Property tax rates in Ohio are expressed as millage rates. One mill is equal to $1 of tax for every $1,000 in assessed value. Rates vary by school district, city and county.