Allen County Assessor
The Office of the Allen County Assessor is responsible for accurately and uniformly determining the market-value-in-use of every property in the county. This is achieved by using three approaches to value: Cost, Income, and Sales Comparison. The State now requires annual adjustments of assessments to reflect changes in the market. Below you will find documents explaining various processes used in the valuation of property. We encourage you to contact us with any questions or concerns regarding your assessment.
The Rousseau Centre will be open to the public beginning Monday the 18th at 8:00 am. Even though the building is open, we may be able to save you the trip! We are still able to help over the phone, via email, or even through teleconferencing. As a reminder, if you do enter the building, please remember to maintain a social distance. We also ask that you stay home if you aren't feeling well. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Regarding Personal Property Returns: Governor Holcomb has extended the deadline for filing personal property tax returns for the 2020-Pay-2021 tax cycle until June 15, 2020. Any returns filed after June 15, 2020 will still be considered late and subject to penalties.
Property Information Searches
Comparable Online Multiple Property Search (COMPS) - View property information, comparable sales, aerial imagery, property lines, zoning information, voting information, and more.
Public Access Tax Information (PATI) - View property record cards, tax amounts, deduction information, and more. (Reflects data for 2019 payable 2020)
Online Property Record Card Search - View property record cards only.
Property record cards with transfers or value changes will be updated once per month. If you don't see your changes, check again in a few weeks.
Click here to learn more about the Advanced Sales Search option.
Click here for a sample property record card explaining the information that is displayed on the card.
During statewide reassessments, county and township assessors physically inspect each property to ensure that records are correct. Inspection accomplishes the gathering of data to value the property. For example, does the property still have a free-standing garage and an in-ground pool? Is the building on this property still 1,200 square feet or has it increased or decreased in size? By confirming this information, assessors can ensure properties are properly valued. Assessing officials will re-assess approximately 25% of the parcels in their jurisdiction each year over a four year time frame. The maps below will show when you can expect our staff to be in your area.
Click here to search a statewide database for sales data
Important Links for Taxpayers
Looking for a list of township trustees? Click here.
Want to estimate your taxes? Click here for the Auditor's tax bill calculator
Tax Cap Questions? Click here for a Circuit Breaker Fact Sheet
The Indiana Department of Local Government Finance