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Rick Singh, CFA Rick Singh
Orange County
Property Appraiser
IAAO Certificate of Excellence

Welcome

to the official Orange County Property Appraiser website. I hope you will find this online office to be a useful resource.

I welcome your comments regarding my work as your Property Appraiser and want to know how our office can better serve you and your community. Please take a moment to email me with your questions, concerns, or requests for assistance.

On the Contacts tab, you can find information about my office location as well as how to email me or get in touch with a member of my staff. Please be sure to visit my website often for important updates and information.

I am proud to serve as your Property Appraiser. If there is anything I can do to help better assist you, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

         
The Orange County Property Appraiser's office wears PINK in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. #PinkFriday #Pinktober
Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh organized the OCPA Achievers Club to give feedback on office policies and procedures. One person from every department was selected to participate. The Achievers met for lunch several times and made suggestions to help the agency run smoother. See the video below of some of our achievers and staff members.
Property Appraiser Rick Singh signs off on certifying the 2014 Final Tax Roll. His certification allows the Tax Collector to send tax bills on or before November 1st.
Project DTO, a task force set up by Mayor Buddy Dyer, takes a look at revamping the Lake Eola Amphitheater for the next 10-year plan for Downtown Orlando. The proposed renderings show a larger amphitheater closer to Central Blvd and facing Lake Eola, not at Rosalind Avenue. For more on this story, take a look at the Bungalower link below:
Rocco Campanale, our Cadastral Mapping Department Manager, is shown here giving a workshop titled, "Bridging the Gaps & Slivers between Surveyors and Cadastralist" at the 28th annual Florida Association of Cadastral Mappers (FACM) conference. He is joined by other members of our team, representing the OCPA cadastral mapping department. FACM brings together cadastral mappers in both the private and public sectors in the state of Florida. Orange County Property Appraiser, Rick Singh CFA added 4 photos.
The Orlando Ballet plans for a new home near Lock Haven Park. The location will have plenty of space including studios, a great hall, and office space. Read more about the project in the Orlando Business Journal.
SAVE THE DATE Join Property Appraiser Rick Singh and OCPA experts for our free workshop on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. !!! Signing up is easy, just visit, www.ocpafl.org !!!
In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Over the weekend, our staff participated in this year's Come Out With Pride festival. The event, which drew close to 120,000 people last year, included a parade and fireworks. Our staffer, Brian, was at the festival providing informational literature to the festival's attendees and assisting with questions.
Property Appraiser Rick Singh attends the Clube do Feijão Amigo or The Friendly Bean Club, an international club that celebrates the Brazilian tradition of friendship and sharing of a traditional dish, the Feijoada. The attendees are given an apron as a sign of welcoming to the table. The event is also co-hosted by the Central Florida Brazilian American Chamber of Commerce and is attended by members of the Brazilian American community.
Want to learn more about the Orange County Property Appraiser's office and our role in the valuation and assessment process? Sign up for our free Property Tax Academy workshop. You will have the chance to speak to our department experts and get an inside glimpse on what our agency does. For more information, visit www.ocpafl.org
We mentioned in our State of Real Estate presentation back in June that Apartments are leading the growth on the Commercial Real Estate side. We estimated a total of $310 Million of value, 15 projects and 2800 apartment units coming to Orange County. The Orlando Business Journal recently wrote an article regarding the Central Florida apartment market. Read more below:
Quick Stats
  • 433,292 Parcels
  • 269,769 Single Family Residential
  • 53,291 Residential Condos
  • 16,686 Townhomes
  • 4,145 Multi-Family
  • 709 Apartment Complexes
    • 109,152 Apartment Units
  • 276 Hotels
    • 83,161 Hotel Rooms
  • 119 Mobile Home Parks
    • 13,861 Mobile Homes
  • 4,752 Manufactured Homes
  • 23,492 Vacant Residential
  • 21,710 Commercial
  • 38,274 Other