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Taxroll and Other Statistics

2009 Certified Tax Roll

  • Orange County had 434,933 Real Property Parcels in 2009, including 290,398 Residential; 13,789 Commercial and Industrial Parcels; 77,805 Condominium & Timeshare Parcels; 39,523 Vacant Parcels and 1,839 Agricultural Parcels. There were 56,525 Tangible Personal Property Accounts

  • Total Just Value in 2009 is $130.52 Billion

  • Total Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2009 is $96.18 Billion

  • Just Value decreased by $19.28 Billion, or -12.9% over 2008

  • Taxable Value decreased by $11.42 billion, or -10.61% over 2008

  • New construction added over $2.8 Billion in taxable value to the Tax Roll

  • The impact of taxable value capped by the "Save our Homes" limitation is $5.87 Billion

  • Over 218,119 parcels have been granted the $50,000 homestead exemption; 6,435 were granted the limited income senior exemption in 2009

2009 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Final Tax Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $52,490,283,103 54.0%
Commercial $27,248,551,275 28.0%
Industrial $3,992,415,926 4.1%
Governmental $39,326,174 0.1%
Institutional $298,578,441 0.3%
Agricultural $332,718,316 0.3%
Vacant $4,192,175,051 4.3%
Other $370,579,563 0.4%
Tangible Personal Property $8,196,399,075 8.4%
Centrally Assessed $17,078,383 0.1%

2008 Certified Tax Roll

  • Orange County had 432,465 Real Property Parcels in 2008, including 287,280 Residential; 13,439 Commercial and Industrial Parcels; 76,025 Condominium & Timeshare Parcels; 39,565 Vacant Parcels and 1,842 Agricultural Parcels. There were 67,520 Tangible Personal Property Accounts

  • Total Just Value in 2008 is $149.8 Billion

  • Total Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2008 is $107.6 Billion

  • Just Value Increased by $1.6 Billion, or 1.1% over 2007

  • Taxable Value Increased by $300 Million, or .3% over 2007

  • New construction added over $4.9 Billion in taxable value to the Tax Roll

  • Since 1995, the impact of taxable value capped by the "Save our Homes" limitation has grown to over $13.8 Billion

  • Over 218,510 parcels have been granted the $25,000 homestead exemption; 6,753 were granted the limited income senior exemption in 2008

2008 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Final Tax Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $59,751,846,755 55.5%
Commercial $28,638,906,686 26.6%
Industrial $4,095,860,895 3.8%
Governmental $49,227,701 0.1%
Institutional $297,141,443 0.3%
Agricultural $315,862,578 0.3%
Vacant $5,853,210,006 5.4%
Other $391,786,238 0.4%
Tangible Personal Property $8,187,176,637 7.6%
Centrally Assessed $15,826,598 0.0%

2007 Certified Tax Roll

  • Orange County had 425,069 Real Property Parcels in 2007, including 281,279 Residential; 12,439 Commercial and Industrial Parcels; 72,027 Condominium & Timeshare Parcels; 44,463 Vacant Parcels and 1,908 Agricultural Parcels. There were 65,360 Tangible Personal Property Accounts.

  • Total Just Value in 2007 is $148.2 Billion

  • Total Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2007 is $107.3 Billion

  • Just Value Increased by $20.4 Billion, or 16% over 2006

  • Taxable Value Increased by $15 Billion, or 16% over 2006

  • New construction added over $4.9 Billion in taxable value to the Tax Roll

  • Since 1995, the impact of taxable value capped by the "Save our Homes" limitation has grown to over $19.5 Billion

  • Nearly 214,760 parcels have been granted the $25,000 homestead exemption; 6,274 were granted the limited income senior exemption in 2007

2007 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Final Tax Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $62,615,317,165 58.4%
Commercial $25,740,618,195 24.0%
Industrial $3,598,237,754 3.4%
Governmental $59,932,484 0.1%
Institutional $275,544,415 0.3%
Agricultural $351,365,671 0.3%
Vacant $6,009,445,502 5.6%
Other $373,935,982 0.3%
Tangible Personal Property $8,266,008,576 7.7%
Centrally Assessed $5,865,402 0.0%

2006 Certified Tax Roll

  • 2006 Final Tax RollOrange County had 407,954 Real Property Parcels in 2006, including 270,339 Residential; 12,918 Commercial and Industrial Parcels; 62,089 Condominium & Timeshare Parcels; 47,937 Vacant Parcels and 1,988 Agricultural Parcels. There were 63,344 Tangible Personal Property Accounts

  • Total Just Value in 2006 is $127.8 Billion

  • Total Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2006 is $92.3 Billion

  • Just Value Increased by $26 Billion, or 25.6% over 2005

  • Taxable Value Increased by $17 Billion, or 22.6% over 2005

  • New construction added over $3.5 Billion in taxable value to the Tax Roll

  • Since 1995, the impact of taxable value capped by the "Save our Homes" limitation has grown to over $15 Billion

  • Nearly 207,000 parcels have been granted the $25,000 homestead exemption; 4,669 were granted the limited income senior exemption in 2006

2006 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Final Tax Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $51,209,977,211 55.5%
Commercial $23,441,723,154 25.4%
Industrial $3,166,087,769 3.4%
Governmental $56,433,963 0.1%
Institutional $237,898,097 0.3%
Agricultural $469,586,613 0.5%
Vacant $5,436,826,314 5.9%
Other $436,885,330 0.5%
Tangible Personal Property $7,804,541,783 8.5%
Centrally Assessed $5,666,452 0.0%

2005 Certified Tax Roll

  • Orange County had 375,100 Real Property Parcels in 2005, including 260,000 Residential; 12,900 Commercial and Industrial Parcels; 40,000 Condominium & Timeshare Parcels; 48,000 Vacant Parcels and 2,300 Agricultural Parcels. There were 61,400 Tangible Personal Property Accounts

  • Total Just Value in 2005 is $101.75 Billion

  • Total Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2005 is $75.25 Billion

  • Just Value Increased by $12.88 Billion, or 14.5% in 2005

  • Taxable Value Increased by $8.15 Billion, or 12.1%

  • New construction added over $2.45 Billion in taxable value to the Tax Roll

  • Since 1995, the impact of taxable value capped by the "Save our Homes" limitation has grown to over $7.25 Billion

  • Nearly 203,000 parcels have been granted the $25,000 homestead exemption; 5,000 were granted the limited income senior exemption in 2005

2005 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Certified Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $38,481,648,454 51.14%
Commercial $21,422,709,617 28.47%
Industrial $2,974,064,112 3.95%
Governmental $48,384,462 0.06%
Institutional $193,360,337 0.26%
Agricultural $335,923,037 0.45%
Vacant $4,002,075,498 5.32%
Other $408,270,729 0.54%
Tangible Personal Property $7,366,554,814 9.79%
Centrally Assessed $20,226,805 0.02%

2004 Certified Tax Roll

  • Orange County had 359,500 Real Property Parcels in 2004, including 250,000 Residential; 12,250 Commercial and Industrial Parcels; 35,400 Condominium & Timeshare Parcels; 46,800 Vacant Parcels and 2,500 Agricultural Parcels. There were 59,600 Tangible Personal Property Accounts

  • Total Just Value in 2004 is $89.1 Billion

  • Total Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2004 is $67.4 Billion

  • Just Value Increased by $6.6 Billion, or 8.0% in 2004

  • Taxable Value Increased by $5.3 Billion, or 8.5%

  • New construction added over $2.7 Billion in taxable value to the Tax Roll

  • Since 1995, the impact of taxable value capped by the "Save our Homes" limitation has grown to over $4.4 Billion

  • Nearly 199,000 parcels have been granted the $25,000 homestead exemption; 5,600 were granted the limited income senior exemption in 2004

2004 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Certified Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $32,790,621,001 48.66%
Commercial $20,261,245,801 30.07%
Industrial $2,586,165,603 3.84%
Governmental $44,153,372 0.07%
Institutional $178,322,527 0.26%
Agricultural $265,962,511 0.39%
Vacant $3,432,501,452 5.09%
Other $394,377,971 0.59%
Tangible Personal Property $7,409,361,742 10.99%
Centrally Assessed $27,569,966 0.04%

2003 Certified Tax Roll

  • Orange County had 347,350 Parcels in 2003, including 243,000 Residential; 11,500 Commercial and Industrial Parcels; 34,000 Condominium & Timeshare Parcels; and 2,700 Agricultural Parcels

  • Total Just Value in 2003 is $82.5 Billion

  • Total Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2003 is $62.1 Billion

  • Just Value Increased by $4.5 Billion, or 5.77% in 2003

  • Taxable Value Increased by $3.6 Billion, or 6.15%

  • New construction added nearly $2 Billion in taxable value to the Tax Roll

  • Since 1995, the impact of taxable value capped by the "Save our Homes" limitation has grown to $2.8 Billion

  • Nearly 189,000 parcels have been granted the $25,000 homestead exemption; 4,498 were granted the limited income senior exemption in 2003

2003 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Certified Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $33,056,209,549 53.20%
Commercial $15,293,122,362 24.61%
Industrial $2,503,280,270 4.03%
Governmental $46,606,734 0.08%
Institutional $156,587,792 0.25%
Agricultural $226,575,677 0.36%
Vacant $1,999,894,533 3.22%
Other $1,631,862,167 2.63%
Tangible Personal Property $7,193,294,051 11.58%
Centrally Assessed $25,703,736 0.04%

2002 Certified Tax Roll

  • Orange County had 337,700 Parcels in 2002, including 235,400 Residential; 11,900 Commercial Parcels; 32,600 Condominium & Timeshare Parcels; and 3,900 Agricultural Parcels

  • Total Just Value in 2002 is $78.2 Billion

  • Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2002 is $58.96 Billion

  • Just Value Increased by $4.8 Billion, or 6.5% over 2001

  • Taxable Value Increased by $3.06 Billion, or 5.5%

  • New construction added nearly $2 Billion in taxable value to the Tax Roll

  • Since 1995, the impact of taxable value capped by the "Save our Homes" limitation has grown to $2.8 Billion

  • Nearly 188,600 parcels have been granted the $25,000 homestead exemption; 4,489 have been granted the limited income senior exemption in 2002

2002 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Final Tax Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $30,024,864,687 51.72%
Commercial $15,098,518,166 25.92%
Industrial $2,323,975,836 3.97%
Governmental $56,740,149 0.08%
Institutional $138,331,020 0.24%
Agricultural $250,884,177 0.46%
Vacant $3,173,936,319 4.35%
Other $107,359,867 0.46%
Tangible Personal Property $7,493,736,396 12.76%
Centrally Assessed $19,639,733 0.03%

2001 Certified Tax Roll

  • 2001 Certified Tax RollOrange County had 324,000 Parcels in 2001, including 230,000 Residential; 8,400 Commercial Parcels; 31,000 Condominium & Timeshare Parcels; and 3,000 Agricultural Parcels

  • Total Just Value in 2001 is $73.4 Billion

  • Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2001 is $55.9 Billion

  • Just Value Increased by $6.35 Billion, or 9.46% over 2000

  • Taxable Value Increased by $4.49 Billion, or 8.73%

  • Theme Parks Pay 12% of Total Ad Valorem Taxes Each Year

  • New construction added nearly $2 Billion in taxable value to the Tax Roll

  • New timeshare units for 2001 added $271 Million alone

  • Since 1995, the impact of taxable value capped by the "Save our Homes" limitation has grown to $1.6 Billion

2001 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Certified Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $27,282,292,488 48.80%
Commercial $15,040,078,194 26.90%
Industrial $2,137,986,410 3.82%
Governmental $19,915,772 0.04%
Institutional $127,576,597 0.23%
Agricultural $298,250,207 0.53%
Vacant $2,878,565,812 5.15%
Other $271,632,204 0.49%
Tangible Personal Property $7,829,709,439 14.01%
Centrally Assessed $18,597,359 0.03%

2000 Certified Tax Roll

  • 2000 Certified Tax Roll Orange County had nearly 319,000 Parcels in 2000, including 285,000 Residential & Commercial Parcels; 31,000 Condo & Timeshare Parcels; and 3,000 Agricultural Parcels

  • Total Just Value in 2000 was $67.2 Billion

  • Taxable Value (assessed value less exemptions) in 2000 was $51.5 Billion

  • Just Value Increased by $5.25 Billion, or 8.49% over 1999

  • Taxable Value Increased by $4.8 Billion, or 10.25%

  • Theme Parks Pay 12% of Total Ad Valorem Taxes Each Year

  • Universal Studio’s "Islands of Adventure" Added Nearly $658 Million to the County’s Tax Roll in 2000

  • Universal’s "City Walk" Entertainment Complex added $155 Million

  • Other new additions for the year 2000 included CNL Tower & Capital Plaza Office Buildings in Downtown Orlando and over 4,000 Newly Added Hotel Rooms

2000 Taxable Value by Property Classification - Certified Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $24,611,027,478 47.7%
Commercial $13,918,998,530 27.0%
Industrial $1,969,692,583 3.8%
Governmental $59,886,972 0.1%
Institutional $149,209,338 0.3%
Agricultural $260,814,437 0.5%
Vacant $2,708,203,681 5.3%
Other $246,975,770 0.5%
Tangible Personal Property $7,624,232,784 14.8%
Centrally Assessed $19,645,566 0.0%

1999 Certified Tax Roll

  • Orange County had 311,616 Parcels in 1999

  • Orange County’s Population of 817,206 was Ranked 6th in the State 1999 (approximately 5% of the State’s total population of 15,111,240)

  • Orange County’s Total Taxable Value in 1999 was over $46.8 billion

  • Orange County’s Average Millage Rate of 14.3204 was Ranked 63rd out of 67 Counties in the State of Florida

  • Orange County was Ranked 6th in the State for Homestead Exemption value, totaling over $4.2 Billion

  • 171,579 Properties in Orange County Received Homestead Exemptions in 1999

  • If Disney were a County, it’s Taxable Value would have Ranked 31st out of 67 Counties in Florida

  • Disney had $4,985,127,693 of Taxable Value in Orange County in 1999, $501,872,539 of Taxable Value in Osceola County

  • If All Theme Parks in Orange County were a County, their Combined Taxable Value (at $5,940,199,906) would have Ranked 29th of 67 Counties

  • Disney’s New "Animal Kingdom" Attraction added $192.2 Million to the Tax Roll in 1999; the "Tree of Life" Alone added $18 Million

1999 Taxable Value by Property Classification-Certified Roll

Property Classification Taxable Value Percent of Total
Residential $22,328,287,304 48%
Commercial $12,328,509,764 26%
Industrial $1,850,877,046 4%
Governmental $5,606,461 0%
Institutional $165,368,993 0%
Agricultural $276,742,389 1%
Vacant $2,668,421,864 6%
Other $245,185,573 1%
Tangible Personal Property $6,969,587,559 15%
Centrally Assessed $14,917,431 0%

Deed Statistics

Deed Transaction History

Tax Year Deed Count
1991 27,782
1992 29,389
1993 31,506
1994 33,700
1995 30,402
1996 33,935
1997 34,540
1998 39,161
1999 40,505
2000 40,950
2001 41,313
2002 46,189
2003 52,032
2004 56,930
2005 64,858
2006 65,764
2007 45,666
2008 29,361