Tax Data Series

Real Property

Real Property Valuations
Valuations of Taxable Real Property and Exempt Real Property as a Percentage of all Real Property, by County, Calendar Year 1990

In Ohio, real property is assessed at 35 percent of its appraised value for taxation purposes. In the PE-1 table, the values listed are the assessed values.

The total assessed valuation of real property in 1990 was $109,538,324,060. The assessed value of real property which was taxable was $93,857,482,260, or 85.7 percent of the value of all real property. Assessed real property that was exempt from taxation in 1990 was $15,680,841,800 or 14.3 percent of the value of all assessed real property in the state.

Pike County had the greatest percentage of exempt property at 72.39 percent. Holmes County had the greatest percentage of taxable real property with 94.0 percent.

Figures shown are compiled from records of the Ohio Department of Taxation.