Ratio Study Statistics
The Kansas Real Estate Ratio Study is a statistical performance evaluation tool that can be used to make inferences about the relative level and uniformity of appraisals made for ad valorem purposes (K.S.A. 1995 Supp. 79-1485). The sales ratio study is the most widely used tool for measuring mass appraisal accuracy, but to fully evaluate appraisal performance within a county, many technical requirements, procedural tasks and statutory functions must also be reviewed and examined.
- 2019 Final Ratio Study
- 2018 Final Ratio Study
- 2017 Final Ratio Study
- 2016 Final Ratio Study
- 2015 Final Ratio Study
- List of Counties Approved to use One-Part Sales Validation Questionnaires
- Downloadable One-Part Sales Validation Questionnaire (PV-RE 22 OP)
- Kansas Ratio Study Statutes
- Kansas Real Estate Ratio Study Reports - previous years available through the State Library
- Permanent Administrative Regulations: Article 4 (Real Estate Ratio Study)
- 19-041 - Real Estate Sales Valuation Questionnaires; Submission Requirements (Supersedes Directive #03-041)
- July and November Abstracts
The statistical documents are not currently accessible for assistive technologies. If you would like a copy and need it to be accessible for assistive technologies, please contact Angelina Perez at 785-296-0228 or Angelina.Perez@ks.gov and we will make arrangements to provide the data to you via email.