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Form 8300 Dayton Ohio: What You Should Know

The appraisal was performed by S&P Real Estate International. S&P has a record of the appraisal in its database and has the original of the appraisal. The appraisal of record does show the same information in a form that will be provided to a local court and the property is subject to forfeiture pursuant to Ohio statute. Because the appraisal in the state of Ohio's record was reviewed by an Ohio assessor, and it did not change the assessed value, a forfeiture action was commenced.  The owner of the property has had the property appraised twice now and after both appraisals the property owner is seeking a review which would address why the current appraisal would support or not support the owner in having the property forfeit. The owner is having this appraisal done by a certified appraiser in order to understand his value and also to have a complete and accurate disposition plan to be drafted to support the property's current value and to be able to properly prepare a notice to the IRS.  The owner hopes to have this completed by early April 2012. The owner has paid and paid both appraisals as directed by our office in accordance with the law. The appraisals in question have been confirmed by the state of Ohio and the appraiser has had his licenses reviewed and has been certified as a Certified appraiser. The owner believes both appraisals should have been submitted and reviewed by an appraiser with a direct contact to the owner's property. The owner believes that any third party appraisal could have a conflict and could not be relied upon to accurately and honestly appraise the appraised value of the owner's property. The owner would like an independent third party appraisal performed for the purpose of determining the owner's current market value. A written review should be obtained as the final documentation used to support the tax liability of the appraisal.  The appraisal from S&P has been reviewed by the state of Ohio, which was not the owner and is not known to the appraiser. We have confirmed that S&P's appraisal is accurate and that S&P has been certified by the Ohio attorney general regarding its appraisals. In addition, the owner has requested that the appraisals be completed and reviewed by a certified appraiser from a reputable third-party independent company.

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