Why did my CAUV value change?

The values on soil types are determined by the Ohio Department of Taxation and given to all counties in the State of Ohio. The CAUV soil rates are updated every 3 years. An update occurred in Tax Year 2023, collected in 2024. The next update will be for Tax Year 2026 collected in 2027.  You cannot protest the CAUV values. You do have the option to appeal your property’s market value by filing a Board of Revision Complaint Against the Valuation of Property.

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1. Do I qualify for the Homestead Exemption program for Tax Year 2024 collected in Calendar Year 2025?
2. Do I qualify for the Homestead Exemption program for Tax Year 2023 collected in Calendar Year 2024?
3. What do I bring with me to apply for the Homestead Exemption Program?
4. What is an applicant's domicile?
5. What is the purpose of tax levies?
6. Why did my CAUV value change?
7. What is a Revaluation?
8. I didn’t do anything to my property and I didn’t sell it, why are you changing my value?
9. If my market value increased in the Revaluation, will my taxes increase by the same percentage?
10. What if I don’t agree with the value you placed on my property?
11. What is the deadline to file a Complaint Against the Valuation of Real Property (DTE Form) for Tax Year 2022?
12. What is the deadline to file a Complaint Against the Valuation of Real Property (DTE Form) for Tax Year 2023?
13. What is the "non-business credit" on my tax bill?
14. What is the "owner occupancy credit?"
15. I was receiving the Homestead Exemption on my house but I sold it and bought a different one. Do I have to apply under the new homestead exemption program and show my income?
16. How do I search for property information?
17. How do I acquire a new address?
18. How are the soil values calculated?