Search:   ocpafl.org  |  All Web
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.

         
In case you missed it (ICYMI), Channel 9 Investigative Reporter Daralene Jones covered a story about how some properties may be misusing an agricultural classification and what our office is doing about it. Click on this link to see the story: http://bit.ly/1AUPoC6
Thank you to the College Park Rotary Club for having me present to you this morning!
The West Orlando Times last week attended the Winter Garden Budget Hearings, where the Commission dealt with some Constitutional issues and also heard a presentation from Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh. To learn more about what the Property Appraiser said, check out the article here: http://www.wotimes.com/2014/09/winter-garden-city-commission-may-reconsider-moment-silence/
Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh had the opportunity to attend and speak at the Orange County Hispanic Heritage month kickoff. He joined other elected officials and community members in celerating Hispanic cultures in Orange County. Hispanic Heritage month runs from September 15- October 15. Orange County Property Appraiser, Rick Singh CFA added 5 photos.
Tax Rates IMPORTANT NOTICE We gladly welcome your phone calls, but we want to remind you that the Orange County Property Appraiser is not responsible for setting tax rates. If you are calling about your tax rate or the amount of taxes you owe, please call your local taxing authorities. You will find them listed in the TRIM notice we mailed several weeks ago. The Property Appraiser is neither responsible for the amount of taxes collected nor a voting member of any taxing jurisdiction. Our primary responsibility is to appraise and set the fair market value of your property.
If you have any questions regarding property exemptions, your TRIM notice or your property assessment, please call our office at 407-836-5044. Our customer service staff is on stand-by for your questions!
Tonight we had our last Understanding Your Assessment Town Hall. We had property owners attend and ask great questions regarding assessment, millage rates, and property exemptions. If you were unable to attend the town hall, please call our office at 407-836-5044. Remember the last day to file a petition with the Value Adjustment Board is this Thursday, September 18.
Don't forget to join us at 6 tonight for our Town Hall. We'll be there to discuss your proposed property values and answer any questions you may have about your TRIM notice. Hope to see you there!
Orlando continues to make national headlines for being a great location to do business and live. Recently, Orlando was ranked in the top 10 for cities that attract families by Forbes magazine. Read more about it in the Orlando Business Journal.
Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh participates in a discussion about changes and opportunities in the appraisal process during the 8th Annual Central Florida GIS Workshop. He is joined by Seminole County Property Appraiser David Johnson (seated left) and Katrina Scarborough, Property Appraiser for Osceola County. GIS consultant Frank Conkling moderated.
Quick Stats
  • 432,879 Parcels
  • 269,405 Single Family Residential
  • 53,289 Residential Condos
  • 16,360 Townhomes
  • 4,148 Multi-Family
  • 709 Apartment Complexes
    • 109,152 Apartment Units
  • 276 Hotels
    • 83,161 Hotel Rooms
  • 119 Mobile Home Parks
    • 13,861 Mobile Homes
  • 4,751 Manufactured Homes
  • 23,813 Vacant Residential
  • 21,707 Commercial
  • 38,233 Other