The Jefferson County PVA Online Search Service provides information for its commercial and residential properties right at your finger tips. The available property data is updated on a weekly basis with the most current information. Limited property information is provided … Continue reading
If your search returns a list of properties, you can use the Export Search Results button to download a copy of the information in a comma-separated values (CSV) file to your computer. The file will be saved to the folder … Continue reading
An Arms Length Transaction is described as: a property that is sold at “fair cash value” between a willing Seller and a willing Buyer after being advertised on the Open Market.
Depending on your subscription, you have a maximum number of sessions available at a given time; only that many users can be logged in at the same time. For example, the 1-User subscription allows only one person to be logged, whereas … Continue reading
If you already have an account add a new subscription now. If you don’t have an account, sign up now to purchase a PVA Subscription. You can choose from the following subscription levels: Day Pass (Non-recurring) $10.00: This level provides access to the … Continue reading
The Homestead/Disability Exemption for 2019-2020 is $39,300. Learn more about the Homestead Exemption. Learn more about the Disability Exemption.
The market (or sales) approach to value, the cost approach to value or the income approach to value with the assistance of a computer assisted mass appraisal (CAMA) system. Assessment guidelines and methods are in accordance with the Kentucky Department … Continue reading
Under state law (KRS 133.120) property owners who wish to contest their assessment must first complete the PVA Online Conference during the annual Open Inspection Period (OIP). By statute, the OIP begins on the first Monday in May and continues … Continue reading
Recent sales should be within the last 2 years of the current assessment date. The sales search service on the PVA website is available to the public free of charge two weeks prior to and during the Open Inspection Period … Continue reading
Examples of documentation include the following: A full appraisal of your property Interior/exterior photos of your property Your homeowner’s or commercial property owner’s insurance policy Your listing contract if your property is currently for sale Estimates of repairs Original construction … Continue reading