The value of residential properties in Columbiana County has dropped by about 2.9 percent, according to county Auditor Nancy Milliken.
Even so, the value of property in some neighborhoods and some individual home properties are up.
The difference in values depend where the homes are located, she said.
The figures were determined as part of a required six-year county reappraisal of property values.
Some residential properties are selling higher than what the county auditor’s office has them appraised at, she said.
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