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Department of Local Government Finance

DLGF > Overview > Assessed Value Assessed Value

The information provided in these databases is public record and available through public information requests. The Department of Local Government Finance has compiled this information in an easy-to-use format to assist Hoosiers in obtaining information about property taxes.

When looking for an assessed value, keep in mind that the assessed value for a particular year (for instance 2009) is the value upon which taxes are based in the following year (i.e. 2010). In other words, for the tax bill you received and paid in 2010, the assessed value is listed as the 2009 assessed value. In most cases, the most important value to note in the table listed in the search is the line marked "Assessed Value Total Land and Improvements." This line will be highlighted in yellow and is the equivalent of the property's gross assessed value as shown on the Notice of Assessment or Tax Bill.

Once you have entered information, click the "Search" button. To view an individual record, click the "Details" box. To view information in an Excel file, click "Download."

The Neighborhood Identifier will allow you to access specific information to compare your assessments with your neighbors. This information allows you to search for other properties in the area defined as a neighborhood by your assessor. To access information using your neighborhood identifier, you will need to first do a search for your property and access your parcel detail information. The neighborhood identifier is located on the third line down and will consist of three numbers and one letter.

Having problems accessing the information? The data contained in these searches comes directly from each county, so the format in the database may vary. Try a partial search by using just the street name without direction or type. (For example, if the address is "123 Main St.", try inputting "123 Main".) You can also try using part of your last name instead of your full first and last name. If you are still unable to access the information, the data for which you are searching may not yet be available. You can check the statewide data status under "Data Compliance" at our Rates, Reports and Data or you can contact your local County Auditor for more information. To find contact information for your local official, please see Contact Your Local Officials.