Seminole County holds the 5th highest taxable value in Florida based on value per square mile. Each square mile, on an average, in Seminole County contains $130,349,560 of taxable value.
Seminole County is the 3rd smallest county (by total area) in Florida with a total of 344 square miles. Of the total 344 square miles, 309 square miles are land and 35 square miles are water, making it the 4th smallest by land area.
The 2022 Just (Market) Value is $68,875,116,731 which is a 20.94% increase since last year.
The 2022 Taxable Value is $44,840,248,549 which is a 12.22% increase since last year.
The 2022 Save Our Homes capped amount for Seminole County equals $11,886,596,062 in value. This amounts to an average capped amount of $113,159 in value, per homesteaded property in Seminole County.
The Seminole County Property Appraiser's (SCPA) office currently maintains 179,086 Real Property Parcels and 13,666 Tangible Personal Property Accounts.
The SCPA's office granted 105,043 Homestead Exemptions and 5,954 Senior Exemptions in 2022.
SCPA's office processed 1,872 Portability applications with a total portability value of $111,462,466.