Northeast Johnson County cities see residential appraisal jump by as much as 12.5%

Total appraised residential value in Prairie Village jumped by more than 5 percent from October to February.
Total appraised residential value in Prairie Village jumped by more than 5 percent from October to February.

If you were surprised to see a sharp jump in your home’s value in a notice from the Johnson County Appraiser’s Office in recent weeks, you aren’t alone.

Information released by the Appraiser’s Office on the total residential market value in northeast Johnson County cities shows significant jumps across the board. The increases range from just 3.27 percent in tiny Mission Woods to 12.54 percent in Westwood, which has seen significant development investment over the past couple of years. Fairway saw the second highest jump in appraised value from October 2015 to February 2016 at 8.11 percent.

Below is a chart summarizing the Appraiser’s Office’s market value information for residential property including apartments in northeast Johnson County:

City Oct. 2015 Appraised Value Feb. 2016 Appraised Value Percent change
Fairway $617,646,220 $667,714,180 8.11%
Merriam $570,678,290 $603,914,010 5.82%
Mission $586,838,480 $618,329,170 5.37%
Mission Hills $1,448,494,840 $1,528,952,630 5.55%
Mission Woods $41,382,060 $42,735,660 3.27%
Prairie Village $2,240,061,910 $2,363,263,780 5.5%
Roeland Park $428,014,990 $455,075,360 6.32%
Westwood $131,849,820 $148,381,280 12.54%
Westwood Hills $58,009,700 $60,436,800 4.18%