The Appraiser's Office has issued the following notice to all Johnson County residents:
Home buyers looking for a residence in Johnson County are finding only a two-month supply. The market trend for homes under $350,000 have the least amount of supply. This strong demand means residential property values are continuing to rise, therefore, most residents’ appraised values will go up again in 2018.
The County Appraiser's responsibility is to value property at fair market value; the price it would bring on an open, competitive market. Sales activity is reviewed to arrive at the value.
In Aug. 2017, the Appraiser’s Office formed the Residential Reappraisal Advisory Committee composed of
The Johnson County Appraiser's Office will begin sending out 2018 home values beginning February 26th. According to Paul Welcome, County Appraiser, "Most Johnson County residents will see an increase in appraised values of their homes this year. The primary reason is the real estate market is extremely strong with high demand."
Considering the potential tax implications for many Northeast Johnson County (NEJC) residents, the Chamber and Shawnee Mission Post have partnered with the Johnson County Appraiser Paul Welcome to hold public information sessions. The public town halls are scheduled for:
Due to overwhelming responses, the March 7 forum at 5:30 pm has been moved
from Prairie Village Community Center to PAUL HENSON FAMILY YMCA,
4200 W 79th ST, Prairie Village, KS 66208.
Monday, March 12th at 8:00 am at Roeland Park Community Center, 4850 Rosewood Dr
The County Appraiser’s staff makes the appraisal process transparent by publishing data used to determine home values at www.jocogov.org/appraiser.
Office of the Appraiser
11811 S Sunset Drive, Ste 2100
Olathe, KS 66061
Phone: (913) 715-9000
Fax: (913) 715-0010