What is the 'tax lien' date?
The tax lien date is used to reflect real estate market value each year. In Ohio, the annual tax lien date is January 1, and property taxes are always paid a year in arrears. For example, taxes paid in 2014 are for Tax Year 2013 and were calculated based on the property's value as of January 1, 2013.

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1. How does the Auditor value my property?
2. How can I contest my property value?
3. How can I determine how much a proposed property tax levy will cost me?
4. How do I qualify for the owner-occupancy credit property tax rollback?
5. What is the 'tax lien' date?
6. How are my manufactured (or mobile) home taxes calculated?