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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.

         
One of the roles the Orange County Property Appraiser's Office serves is to be operational immediately after a weather-related disaster to provide damage assessment to local, state and federal authorities. Today, some staff members reviewed practices in preparation for an agency-wide drill. We are the second set of feet on the ground after 911 and serve a vital role in a natural disaster. #preparedness
Orlando makes it into the top 10 hot markets for Millennial’s . Read more below: http://ow.ly/zxEn2
In case you missed it: The Orlando Sentinel reported that the Metro Orlando median home prices have out grown the State of Florida. Read more below:
#ThrowbackThursday Featured in this picture is the Robert Hungerford Normal & Industrial School. It was the only school for African-American students in Central Florida at the time of its opening. Modeled after the Tuskegee Institute, it was built in Eatonville,FL, the oldest incorporated African-American municipality in the United States. Information provided by the Orange County Regional History Center.
Today, I had the opportunity to present at the Orlando Regional Realtor Association Broker Summit. Thank you ORRA for the opportunity.
Is a tiny home for you? Check out the new trend in housing that is sweeping up the nation. What do you think ? Read more about Tiny Homes on MSN Real Estate http://realestate.msn.com/video/video.aspx?videoID=77690b26-da9b-4733-a7d3-1fd60eb7d3dd&from=msnrealestate_home
Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer admire some of the children's artwork at the Orlando Science Center, where Gov. Rick Scott visited to talk about jobs and the science fields. The Science Center holds that as a community partner, it should foster creativity and curiosity for Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) among kids for a strong economy in the future.
In case you missed it: Valencia College’s historic Downtown Orlando campus has sold. The building will be host to retail space and offices in the coming year. Read more about the sale in the Orlando Business Journal.
Favorable business tax structures are another great reason to move and invest in Orlando, FL.
In an effort to educate the public on property rights as they relate to domestic partnerships, Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh and the OCPA office have published the brochure “Your Home. Your Partner. Know the Facts.” The brochure will debut as part of “Art in Equality,” a First Thursdays celebration to be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, August 7th, at the Orlando Museum of Art. For more, visit http://on.fb.me/1szgcYW or http://www.ocpafl.org/Content/Dynamic/File.dynamic/FID/402040/
The Orange County Property Appraiser’s Office had been scheduled to relocate to a property on Maguire Boulevard in December of this year. On Thursday during a Board of County Commissioners meeting, Mayor Jacobs announced that the Maguire building was no longer a viable option due to the findings of an environmental assessment report. We appreciate Mayor Jacobs and her staff performing due diligence to ensure that County buildings are suitable for employees and taxpayers. If you are one of the thousands of taxpayers who visit us annually, please continue to see us at 200 South Orange Avenue. We will be sure to keep you posted on any developments.
Quick Stats
  • 432,579 Parcels
  • 269,456 Single Family Residential
  • 53,285 Residential Condos
  • 16,300 Townhomes
  • 4,116 Multi-Family
  • 707 Apartment Complexes
    • 109,825 Apartment Units
  • 274 Hotels
    • 83,130 Hotel Rooms
  • 119 Mobile Home Parks
    • 13,861 Mobile Homes
  • 4,761 Manufactured Homes
  • 23,512 Vacant Residential
  • 21,802 Commercial
  • 38,178 Other