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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: Jami Clark, RMA
Deputy Appraiser: Dawn Larcom
Field Appraiser/Cartographer: Jean Edwards, KM
Personal Property Appraiser: Shawna Griffitts
Data Collector: Drew Ramsey


311 N. Main, Ste. #5
Eureka, KS 67045
Phone: 620-583-8131
Email:
gwcoappraiser@yahoo.com


 

RESULTS OF THE MARKET STUDY

ANALYSIS FOR GREENWOOD

COUNTY FOR THE ASSESSMENT YEAR 2016

 

JANUARY 1, 2016

PURSUANT TO K.S.A. 1995 SUPP 79-146-A

 

RESIDENTIAL MARKET:

Older Houses: A study of the residential real estate market for older homes, built before 1943, indicated that the market shows no general upward or downward trend.

 

Newer Houses: A study of the real estate market for newer homes, built after 1943, indicated that the market shows no general upward or downward trend.

 

COMMERICAL MARKET:

A study of the commercial real estate market indicated that the market shows a slight downward trend.

 

VACANT LAND MARKET:

A study of the real estate market for vacant lots indicated that the market is stable with no general upward or downward trend.

 

Values on specific properties may not follow the general trend because of changes in the property, correction of descriptive information or adjustment of values based on sales of similar properties.

 

In accordance with the provision of K.S.A. 79-1476, the Kansas Division of Property Valuation is required to annually furnish each county with the results of its study relating to changes, if any, of the use value of agricultural land. Changes can and do occur as results for several factors including change in cropping practices, commodity prices and productions.