The value of your property can change from year to year, as it depends on several factors. The value will probably go up if you made improvements, such as:
- Adding a room
- Building a garage
- Finishing a basement
If a major structural problem develops, or a building has been removed, the value will probably go down. The value may also go up or down because of recent sales in your neighborhood. The county appraiser continually monitors sale prices and other information on homes all over the county.
Remember, our healthy, local economy means that many people want to live and work in Ellis County. Therefore, property values in nearly every neighborhood continue to increase annually.