May to September - Re-inspection
October to March - Final Review
January - Personal Property Forms
March 1 - Real Estate Values
March 15 - Personal Property Due
March 30 - Last Day to Appeal
Real Estate Value
April 1 - Oil & Gas Due
May 1 - Personal Property Notice
of Value Mailed
May 1 - Oil & Gas Notice of Value
May 15 - Last Day to Appeal
Personal Property Value
May 15 - Last Day to Appeal Oil &
June 1 - County Appraiser to
Certify to County Clerk
The Greenwood County Appraiser’s Office values property for local Ad Valorem (property) tax purposes. The office also determines taxable location and ownership. Agricultural land is based on Agricultural Use Value. Kansas law requires that property be appraised at its market value on January 1 of each year. The Appraiser’s Office determines market value through the use of generally accepted appraisal methods. The office also has a GIS/mapping section that provides mapping services and address requests. These services are for county and public use.
Appraiser: Steve Thompson
Office Manager: Shawna Griffitts
Deputy Appraiser: Dawn Larcom
Personal Property Clerk: Monica Ashdown
Field Appraiser: Charity Hall
Data Collector: Ashley Pettigrew
311 N. Main, Ste. #5
Eureka, KS 67045
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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GREENWOOD COUNTY APPRAISER
GREENWOOD COUNTY COURTHOUSE
311 N. Main St. #5
Eureka, KS 67045
K.S.A. 79-1460a RESULTS OF
MARKET STUDY ANALYSIS FOR
FOR THE ASSESSMENT YEAR 2022
PURSUANT TO L.1919, CH 279, 2
Annually, at least ten days prior to the mailing of change of value notices pursuant to K.S.A. 79-1460, and amendments thereto, the county or district appraiser shall cause to be published in the official county newspaper the results of the market study analysis as prescribed by the Director of Property Valuation of the Department of Revenue.
A study of the residential (R) real estate market indicates that market values have trended upward for this valuation year in the Eureka and Madison markets. Market values have increased approximately by 7% within a broad range of 5% to 12%. For other communities within the county, data indicates that the market is stable with little upward or downward trend.
A study of the vacant (V) property real estate market indicated that the market is stable with no general upward or downward trend.
A study of the commercial/industrial (C) real estate market indicated that as a whole, the market is stable with no overall upward or downward trend. Data is too diverse and sales are too limited to establish a definitive trend in specific segments of the commercial markets.
Values on specific properties may not follow indicated trends because of changes in the property, correction of descriptive data or adjustment of value based on sales of similar properties. Some properties may increase at a greater rate; some properties may decrease or change in valuation only slightly. All real property owners will be notified of the county appraiser's estimate of value on or prior to March 1, 2022. The appeal period extends to thirty days from the mailing date.
In accordance with the provisions in K.S.A. 79-1476, the Division of Property Valuation is required to annually furnish each county the results of its study relating to changes, if any, of the use value of agricultural land. Changes can and do occur as a result of several factors including cropping practices, commodity prices and production costs.
The Division of Property Valuation and Kansas State University has established currently agricultural land values. GREENWOOD County will implement the agricultural land values as provided by the Division of Property Valuation. These values are available for review within the County Appraiser’s office.