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2018

Publication of the Market Study(K.S.A. 79-1460a)

Thomas County

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

Age Model –older houses

A study ofthe residential real estate market indicated that the market is stable with nogeneral upward or downward trend.

Age Model – newer houses

A study of the residential real estate market for newer houses, i.e. built after 1945, indicated that the market is stable with no general upward or downward trend. A study of the residential real estate market indicated no inflationary or deflationary trend for older or newer homes.

COMMERCIAL

A study of the commercial real estate market indicated that the market is stable with nogeneral upward or downward trend. A study ofthe commercial real estate market indicated that there is no inflationary or deflationary trend.

VACANT

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

Thomas County Appraisers Office


Appraiser
Bruce Webb

Hours:
8am-5pm, Monday - Friday

Contact Information:

Email: tap@st-tel.net

Address:
300 N Court Avenue
Colby, KS 67701

Phone: (785) 460-4525
Fax: (785) 460-4527

 

 

Kansas Geological Society and Library

Parcel Search

Note: Parcel Search is for
Paid Subscribers Only.
Contact the County Appraiser
for More Information. 

    

Tax Calendar
January 1 -
All real and personal property is assessed for tax value.
 
February 15 -
Unpaid personal property tax warrants are turned over to County Sheriff.
 
March 1 -
Value notices are mailed to all owners of real property unless an extension has been granted.
 
May 1 -
Value notices are mailed to all owners of personal property unless an extension has been granted.
 
May 10 -
Second half of property taxes are due without penalty.
 
June 15 -
Appraiser certifies all real and personal property to County Clerk.
 
July 15 -
County Clerk certifies all real and personal values to state.
 
August 1 -
Unpaid real estate taxes are published in the newspaper.
 
August 15 -
Unpaid second half personal tax warrants are turned over to County Sheriff.
 
August 25 -
All taxing jurisdictions submit annual budget to County Clerk.
 
First Tuesday of September -
Unpaid real estate tax properties are sold to the county.
 
October 31 -
Unpaid personal property tax warrants are published in the newspaper
and filed as judgment liens in the county's district court.
 
November 1 -
County Clerk certifies taxes to be collected to County Treasurer.
 
November 1 - December 15 -
County Treasurer mails tax statements to all property owners. No second half reminders are sent.
 
December 20 -

Full or first half property taxes are due without penalty.