Champaign County Tax Lien & Tax Deed Sale Information

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Champaign County Information

The Champaign County tax sale information can be found using the links and resources below.

County Address:

PO Box 353
1512 South U.S. Highway 68, Suite B400

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County Treasurer:

Robin Edwards

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Assessor Entity:


Assessor Address:

1512 South Highway 68, Suite B300

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Records Entity:


Records Address:

1512 South U.S. Highway 68, Suite B200

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Champaign County Summary

Champaign County, Ohio is a rural county located in the western part of the state. It is home to a population of just over 40,000 people. The county has an unemployment rate of 4.2%, which is slightly below the national average of 4.7%. The median household income in the county is $53,919, which is slightly below the national average of $55,322.

The demographics of Champaign County are primarily white, with a population of 93.5%. African Americans make up 2.3% of the population, while Hispanics and Latinos make up 1.9%. The median age in the county is 40.7, which is slightly higher than the national average of 38.2.

Education in Champaign County is provided by the Champaign County Educational Service Center, which serves all public school districts in the county. The county also has several private schools, as well as several post-secondary institutions, including the University of Dayton, Ohio State University, and the University of Cincinnati.

The real estate market in Champaign County is fairly stable. The median home value in the county is $134,400, which is slightly higher than the national average of $125,000. The median rent in the county is $741, which is slightly lower than the national average of $841. The county also has a relatively low foreclosure rate, with just 0.8% of homes in foreclosure, compared to the national average of 1.1%.

Overall, Champaign County is a rural county with a stable economy and a low unemployment rate. The median household income is slightly lower than the national average, but the median home value is slightly higher. The county also has a low foreclosure rate, and a variety of educational opportunities.

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