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Office of the County Appraiser

Phone: 913-715-9000 | Fax: 913-715-0010

11811 S. Sunset Drive, Suite 2100, Olathe, Kansas 66061

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An extension has not been granted to extent the 2020 informal appeal deadline

The deadline to file a 2020 informal appeal for commercial real estate was March 11, 2020. The deadline to file a 2020 informal appeal for residential real estate was March 25, 2020. No extension to file past these deadlines has been granted.

2020 commercial real estate values were released to the public February 10, 2020. From the date of February 10, 2020, 30 days were given to submit an appeal. 2020 residential real estate values were released to the public February 24, 2020. From the date of February 24, 2020, 30 days were given to submit an appeal.

 

 

Business Changes Due to Building Closures

Due to the Stay Home Order, the Appraiser’s Office is closed to the public.  If property owners need to submit appeal documentation, they can do it either online at jocogov.org/dept/appraiser or they can place it inside the Appraiser’s Office DROP BOX located outside the front doors of the Sunset Drive Office Building where a member of our staff will retrieve it.  The Appraiser’s Office is available to answer questions by calling 913-715-9000 during normal business hours.  Thank you.

ALL 2020 INFORMAL APPEALS WILL BE TELEPHONE HEARINGS OR HEARINGS BASED ON EVIDENCE

The health and safety of our community and staff are a top priority. In light of the recent COVID-19 developments, Johnson County Appraiser’s Office has made the following determinations about our informal appeal process.

Recent COVID-19 Developments & Appraiser's Office Informal Appeal Practices

The health and safety of our community and staff are a top priority. In light of the recent COVID-19 developments, Johnson County Appraiser’s Office has made the following determinations about our informal appeal process.

It is suggested to conduct this hearing over the telephone instead of in person, for the health and safety of all parties. The Appraiser’s Office will contact all parties who requested an In-Person hearing to move to a telephone hearing or to reschedule for a later date.

Residential Statistics Average Appraised Value vs. Average Sales Price

Residential Statistics

The hyperlinks below provide 2020 Residential Statistics for Johnson County Cities relevant to Average Appraised Value Vs. Average Sales Price (January 2012 through December 2019).

Sources: Johnson County CAMA (2012-2020)

2020 Commercial Real Estate Notice of Appraised Value Hard Copies vs. Electronic

Please note 2020 Commercial Real Estates values have been released, are showing on the website, and hard copies of 2020 Commercial Real Estate Notice of Appraised Values are in the mail. Electronic copies of the 2020 Commercial Real Estate Notice of Appraised Values will replace the 2019 electronic copies shown on the website in approximately a week.

2020 Release of Real Estate Appraised Values

The Johnson County Appraiser’s Office will mail the 2020 Notice of Appraised Values (NOAV) for all real estate parcels in Johnson County on or before March 1st, per statute KSA 79-1460.

Commercial real estate NOAV’s, approximately 16,000 parcels are scheduled to be mailed on Monday, February 10, 2020. Those parcels have an appeal deadline of Wednesday, March 11, 2020, thirty days after the mail date.

Appraiser’s Office to Distribute Personal Property Rendition Mailings

The Johnson County Appraiser’s Office will mail approximately 19,000 rendition forms to Johnson County property owners, businesses, and oil and gas accounts on Dec. 31. Rendition forms are used to value taxable personal property.

 According to Kansas Statute K.S.A. 79-303:  Property owners are required by law to provide a listing of tangible personal property that is owned or leased, as of the first day of January.

DOR (Declaration of Representative)

Soon our office will be in our hearing season for payment under protests and informal appeals! 

A policy that all property owners and anyone who may be representing a property owner should be aware of is the enforcement of completely and correctly filling out a DOR. The DOR (declaration of representative) must accompany the appeal application for payment under protest and informals.  

The DOR applies in situations where the property owner is not appealing their property, but having a family member, neighbor, tax representative, accountant, or so on appeal in their place.