Franklin County auditor educates residents on property reappraisals amid historic value jump

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Franklin County, like other parts of central Ohio, is expecting historic property value increases this year – but the county auditor’s office is working to put residents’ concerns about property reappraisals to rest with six reappraisal exhibitions.

“The goal of the exhibitions is for residents to know as much as possible about the reappraisal process,” said Franklin County Auditor Michael Stinziano. “We want property owners to know they play an important role in working with the office to establish an accurate valuation of their property.”

The second of the six reappraisal exhibitions was held Thursday at the Reynoldsburg Senior Center. The arc of informational tables evoked the image of a high school science fair, but experts from the auditor’s office were there to talk math, at least in terms of property values.

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