Ohio’s taxable base is the assessed value of land and buildings. Assessed value is 35% of retail market value, except for certain agricultural land. County auditors in the state of Ohio must reappraise all real estate every six years. A homestead exemption is available to the homesteads of qualified homeowners who are either at least 65 years old, permanently and totally disabled, or at least 59 years of age and the surviving spouse of a deceased taxpayer who had previously received the exemption.
Ohio Individual Property Tax Forms
If you are looking for individual Ohio property tax forms (Individual Owned Taxable Real Estate), you can find them here “Ohio Individual Property Tax Forms.” If you’re looking for individual property tax forms that happen to be older than five years, you can search the archives.
Ohio Business Tax Forms
If you are looking for Ohio business property tax forms (Taxable Business Property), you can find them here → “Ohio Business Property Tax Forms.” If you’re looking for business property tax forms that happen to be older than five years, you can search the archives.
Property Tax Homestead Exemption
The Ohio Department of Taxation offers an exemption to all eligible senior citizens or completely disabled homeowners, regardless of income, the opportunity to shield up to $25,000 of the market value of their homestead from property taxation. This means a home valued at $100,000 will generally be taxed as if it was valued at $75,000. On average, those senior citizens and disabled persons that qualify are saving $400 per year. If you are completely disabled and/or a senior citizen (65 & Older) and you would like more information on property tax relief, you can find that information here → “Homestead Exemption Information.”
Ohio Tax Finder
The Ohio Department of Taxation has provided an online search tool that allows you to find local taxing jurisdictions & tax rates for any and all addresses in the State of Ohio. You can find the online search form here → “Ohio Tax Rate Finder.”
Pay Ohio Property Taxes Online (Ohio ePayment)
The State of Ohio in cooperation with Official Payments Corporation now offers a secure online application that allows you to pay your taxes either by credit card or electronic check. The Ohio ePayment system also provides you the flexibility to post-date an electronic check, so the amount of your payment is NOT deducted from your checking account until the official due date of your taxes. If you’re interested in using the “Ohio ePayment” system, you can do so here → “Ohio ePayment” or if you’re more comfortable paying your Ohio property tax by phone, you can do that here → “Pay By Phone.