2012 Stark County residential property values
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Single-family home values drop in Stark County
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Across Stark County, values for single-family residential properties have declined between 10 and 12 percent since 2009, according to the Stark County Auditor's Office.
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CommunityMedian Percent Change*2012 Median Appraised Value
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Alliance-15$49,900
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Beach City-15$51,250
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Bethlehem Township-13$97,000
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Brewster-18$63,300
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Canal Fulton-14$100,100
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Canton-19$41,100
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Canton Township-18$69,900
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East Canton-19$71,050
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East Sparta-17$60,050
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Hartville-19$105,800
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Hills and Dales-26$278,500
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Jackson Township-7$143,300
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Lake Township-8$135,050
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Lawrence Township-17$101,300
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Lexington Township-15$79,600
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Limaville-23$38,600
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Louisville-11$104,700
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Magnolia-17$74,200
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Marlboro Township-11$111,100
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Massillon-11$63,100
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Meyers Lake-28$107,000
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Minerva-16$65,800
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Navarre-15$66,550
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Nimishillen Township-10$104,300
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North Canton-7$114,800
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Osnaburg Township-15$82,400
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Paris Township-15$83,500
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Perry Township-14$86,000
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Pike Township-12$85,500
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Plain Township-10$111,200
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Sandy Township-21$64,100
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Sugar Creek Township-15$90,800
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Tuscarawas Township-15$91,400
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Washington Township-19$91,900
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Waynesburg-18$57,350
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Wilmot-14$46,550
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Source: Stark County Auditor's Office
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*The figures reflect the median percent change — the midpoint between the highest and lowest values — to show the difference in property values. The auditor's office uses the median calculation to prevent an unusually high or low property value from skewing the outcome.
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