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Cuyahoga County now taking formal appeals to 2018 property reassessments

Posted: 9:35 AM, Jan 03, 2019
Updated: 2019-01-03 09:36:45-05
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CLEVELAND — Cuyahoga County is now accepting formal appeals from homeowners who want to contest their 2018 property tax reassessments.

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Homeowners can start filing formal appeals until April 1.

How to file an appeal:

  • E-File online, through email. This is the most efficient method. Online filing does not require notarization.
  • Print a form and mail it in. Paper copies need to be signed and notarized.
  • Visit the Board of Revision office at 2079 East Ninth Street, Cleveland, Ohio, and fill out a complaint in person. There is usually a notary on site.

Taxpayers are encouraged to submit evidence supporting their case.

Supporting evidence could include a recent appraisal report, a contractor statement on recent work done to the home and photos.

More info on the formal complaint process here.

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