Washtenaw County Appraisal District (Michigan)

Washtenaw County Assessors inspect taxable properties in order to determine their value and collect property taxes in Washtenaw County, Michigan. They use several methods to assess a property's value, including on-site inspections and comparable property reports. These property assessment records are available through the Assessor Office, which is responsible for appraisals in Washtenaw County, Michigan. Appraisal districts may be determined by city, Washtenaw County, or other local boundaries, and property owners can look up their appraisal district through Washtenaw County Assessor Offices.

Ann Arbor Assessor Ann Arbor MI 301 East Huron Street, # 5 48104 734-794-6530

Ann Arbor Township Assessor Ann Arbor MI 3792 Pontiac Trail 48105 734-663-8540

Washtenaw County Equalization Department Ann Arbor MI 200 North Main Street 48104 734-994-2511

Washtenaw County Town and City Halls provide municipal services for their jurisdiction, including maintaining tax appraisal records and providing appraisal services in Washtenaw County, Michigan. In some communities, the Town or City Hall manages the property appraisal process, including issuing parcel numbers, inspecting properties, and levying Washtenaw County property taxes. They may provide information on appealing a Washtenaw County property tax appraisal, reporting violations in the appraisal process, and determining the appropriate appraisal district. This appraisal district information can be valuable for Washtenaw County property owners and prospective buyers, and it may be available on the Town or City Hall website.

Ann Arbor City Hall Ann Arbor MI 100 North 5th Avenue 48104 734-994-2650

Lyndon Town Hall Chelsea MI 17751 North Territorial Road 48118 734-475-2401

Ypsilanti City Hall Ypsilanti MI 1 South Huron Street 48197 734-483-1100

Washtenaw County Recorders of Deeds maintain property and real estate records in order to ensure the accuracy of property tax records in Washtenaw County, Michigan. These documents include property appraisal records, such as inspection reports and appraisal reports, and the Recorder of Deeds may also provide information on Washtenaw County property sales and transfers, property tax assessments over time, and a property's appraisal district. The Recorder of Deeds may provide online access to their appraisal records and other services on their website.

Washtenaw County Clerk/Register of Deeds Ann Arbor MI 200 North Main Street 48104 734-222-6700

Washtenaw County Finance Departments administer finances for their jurisdictions, including collecting and distributing local taxes and property taxes in Washtenaw County, Michigan. As part of this job, Finance Departments provide information about Washtenaw County tax appraisals and appraisal districts. Finance Departments may provide information on past property appraisals, changes to the appraisal process, and appealing Washtenaw County tax appraisals. They may also have information on tax payment plans, tax refunds, and other local and county tax appraisals. Finance Departments provide online access to their services and records.

Washtenaw County Finance Department Ann Arbor MI 200 North Main Street 48104 734-222-3001

Ypsilanti City Finance Department Ypsilanti MI 505 West Michigan Avenue 48197 734-483-9510