Saline County Kansas

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Sean Robertson

City/County Building

300 W Ash St Rm 108

PO Box 5040

Salina KS 67402-5040

            

Phone: 785-309-5800

Email:   sc.appraiser@saline.org

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Office Hours:

Monday - Friday

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Closed Weekends & Holidays 

 

Cities

Incorporated Cities

Salina

Assaria

Brookville

Gypsum

New Cambria

Smolan

Solomon (part of)

Unincorporated Cities

Bavaria

Bridgeport

Falun

Hedville

Kipp

Mentor

Salemsborg

 

 

 

Trend Study

RESULTS OF THE MARKET STUDY

ANALYSIS FOR THE SALINE COUNTY

FOR THE ASSESSMENT YEAR 2022

 

A study of the residential real estate market indicates 

there is an overall county-wide inflationary trend,

though specific areas may be above or below the

overall trend.

A study of the commercial real estate market indicates

that while there may be some areas of increasing values,

no overall county-wide trend was identifiable.

A study of the vacant real estate market indicates that

while there may be some areas of increasing values,

no overall county-wide trend was identifiable.

Values on specific properties may not follow the general

trend since there may have been changes made to the

property or there may have been adjustments of value

based on sales/leases of similar properties.

 

SALINE COUNTY APPRAISERS OFFICE

The County Appraiser and his or her staff is responsible for the discovery, listing, and the uniform and equitable appraisal of all taxable and exempt real and personal property in compliance with the constitution and statutes of the State of Kansas for tax purposes. Property subject to taxation is divided into two principle classes: Real Property and Personal Property.  

Each year the Appraiser reviews recent real estate sales and considers local economic conditions in order to maintain the most current value of the property in the county. The Appraiser's goal is to equalize property values, which will create fair distribution of the taxes that pay for many community services.
Appraisers do not create value. People determine value by their transactions in the market place. The appraiser simply has the legal responsibility to analyze those transactions and appraise individual properties based on what is happening in the market place.

The Appraisal Process

 

 

NOTICE:  The County Appraisers office staff views properties periodically in order to update

information.  In some cases, they will come onto the property, but not need to view the interior at that time.

Each of these people from the Appraisers office will be wearing easily identifiable clothing and have proper

identification with them.

 

SALINE COUNTY MAP

 

Personal Property Filing Online

Office Bulletin Board

 

 

 

 

2/23/2022

2022 Real Estate Valuation Notices mailed.

 

3/15/2022

2022 Personal Property Assessment Forms are due.

 

3/30/22

Last day to call and schedule a 2022 informal real estate appeal.

 

4/27/2022

2022 Personal Property Valuation Notices mailed.

 

5/15/2022

Last day to call and schedule a 2022 informal personal property appeal.  If you call on the 

last day, you maybe asked to have your appeal then.  The next chance to  appeal is in 

December, when you pay your 1st half taxes.

 

 

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