Randolph County, Indiana

George Caster, Assessor

The Assessor’s Office is responsible for estimating the market value in use for each parcel of real property in the county. Currently, Randolph County has over 18,000 parcels. The State of Indiana determines the procedures, rules, and regulations that all 92 countries must adhere to in the development of estimates of market values in use. The estimate of value in use becomes the assessed value (AV). An assessed value is determined for each parcel on an annual basis.

The Assessor’s Office in addition to determining assessed values for real estate is responsible for the development of Business Personal Property assessed values. Randolph County has approximately 7,000 business personal property parcels of which nearly 5,450 have received either an abatement, are exempt due to Religious/Charitable status, or are now below the 80,000 Acquisition Cost threshold.

  • The County maintains a Geographic Information System (GIS) with a wealth of information including an aerial view of your property and access to property card data.
  • Did you know that the Assessor's Office provides Sales Data on ALL valid vacant AG Land Sales in the county?
  • Do you want to know what the Average Vacant AG Land Sale Price, per acre, in Randolph County is or where the rates fall per TWP? - Average Vacant AG Land Sale Price (Remodel almost done)
  • Did you know that the Assessor's Office provides data on ALL sales within the County?
  • Want to know what the Average Sale Price is in your taxing unit or TWP? - Average Sale Price in Taxing Unit (TWP) (Remodel almost done)

Regardless of the type of property being assessed, The Assessment date is January 1st of every year.  This means if you tear something down, sale a piece of property (personal) or build or buy something new something new, after the 1st of the year, the value will not change until January 1 the following year. There are, however, exceptions as it relates to Natural Disasters.  If you have any questions as to what applies, please contact us and we will walk you through the process.