How do I get a deed to my house in Summit County Ohio?
You should have received a copy of your original deed shortly after the closing of your home. If you cannot find your deed, our office can provide a copy. You can also mail a request. The cost of the copy is $4 as required by Ohio Revised Code; add $1.00 if you want the copy certified.
How do I find out who owns a property in Montgomery County Ohio?
Finding the present owner of a property or home, if it is not you, can be done through the County Auditor’s website using their property search tool. Note that you can search using the address, owner’s name (if you know who owns it), or parcel ID.
Can I pay my Summit County Ohio property taxes online?
Property owners can pay online at https://bit.ly/2M8XmKd or by phone by calling 1-800-272-9829 and entering jurisdiction code 4596 when prompted. Small fees, including $1 for e-checks, apply.
What is Montgomery County Auditor?
Auditor Homepage The Auditor serves as the county’s chief fiscal officer, chief assessor, and sealer of weights and measures. As fiscal officer, the auditor is responsible for maintaining county financial records and issuing warrants for payment of county obligations.
How do I get a copy of the deed to my house in Ohio?
If you want to obtain a copy of the deed to your home, contact your local county recorder. In Ohio, county recorders are responsible for maintaining land records and making them accessible to the public. The Ohio Revised Code establishes fees recorders may charge for various services.
What does Val in process mean?
A Verified Approval Letter (VAL) from Rocket Mortgage® gives you a competitive edge by letting the seller know your finances are secure.
What county is Dayton Ohio?
Dayton, city, seat (1803) of Montgomery county, southwestern Ohio, U.S., located 54 miles (87 km) northeast of Cincinnati, on a low floodplain of the Great Miami River, at the confluence of the Stillwater and Mad rivers and of Wolf Creek.
What county is Farmersville Ohio?
Farmersville, Ohio is a historical and pleasant village of approximately 1009 people located in southwestern Montgomery County.
Who is the auditor for Summit County Ohio?
Welcome to the Summit County Fiscal Office Auditor Division. As Auditor, the county’s Chief Fiscal Officer acts as the Chief Assessor, Chief Payroll Officer, and Sealer of Weights and Measures.
Where is the Summit County Fiscal Office located?
175 South Main Street, Akron, OH 44308 1-888-388-5613 [email protected] Disclaimer Summit County Fiscal Office, Kristen M. Scalise CPA, CFE, Fiscal Officer
What are the duties of the Montgomery County Auditor?
The Auditor performs many duties in Montgomery County, working to improve the lives of its people. The Auditor serves as the county’s chief fiscal officer, chief assessor, and sealer of weights and measures. As fiscal officer, the auditor is responsible for maintaining county financial records and issuing warrants for payment of county obligations.
Where can I find Summit County property tax?
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