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Akin Akinyemi


(850) 606-6200

Akin Akinyemi

My staff and I are dedicated to ensuring you receive accurate assessments and exceptional service. We value our community by demonstrating respect, integrity, accountability, and innovation.

Akin S. Akinyemi

Leon County Property Appraiser

Akin Akinyemi
May 10th Tornado Damage Information
Tornado-Related Property Damage

The Leon County Property Appraiser's office has prepared information to assist property owners in their recovery after the May 10th tornadoes.

Review our frequently asked questions to find the answers you need or contact our office for assistance. 

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The Buyer's Checklist

Follow these easy steps after buying a home to ensure you receive the savings you’re entitled to.

  • File for homestead exemption.
  • Check for additional exemptions.
  • Submit an application for Portability.
  • Get an estimate of your property taxes.
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We’re always looking for the best new addition to our team! If you’re in the market for a rewarding new career, explore our current job opportunities or take the plunge by submitting your application.

Applications are accepted on a continuous basis.

A Message From Your Property Appraiser

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Akin Akinyemi, PhD, RA, CFA, CMS

Spring has officially sprung! As the seasons change, my team and I are celebrating the end of a busy exemptions awareness campaign. During the month of February, we hosted extended office hours and neighborhood filing opportunities throughout Leon County to educate homeowners about the annual March 1 exemption filing deadline. It was a pleasure to be out in the community helping taxpayers save on their property taxes.

As your elected property appraiser, I value the opportunity to advocate for cost-saving measures that help our community’s most vulnerable citizens stay afloat in challenging economic times. I was proud to work with Sen. Corey Simon and Rep. Allison Tant during this year’s legislative session to support a proposed constitutional amendment that would have extended property tax savings to the surviving spouse of a quadriplegic. While that measure did not pass this year, I joined my colleagues from around the state to advocate on behalf of numerous legislative initiatives that will improve the property tax assessment process for Floridians.

My team and I are always looking for ways to enhance the services available to you. I’m always a phone call away if there’s ever anything I can do to assist you.

Parcel Summary Statistics

111,821 Total Parcels
9,433 Vacant Residential Land
74,903 Single Family Residential
6,782 Mobile Homes
2,314 Multi-Family
362 Apartments
5,082 Condominiums
968 Vacant Commercial
4,105 Improved Commercial
243 Vacant Industrial
751 Improved Industrial
1,531 Agricultural
708 Institutional
1,566 Government
3,073 Other


292,817 2021 Population Estimate
31 Median Age
7,821 Total Employer Establishments
93.4 Educational Attainment Percent (high school or higher)
135,687 Total Housing Units
54,675 Median Household Income
6.6% Foreign Born Population
16.2% Individuals Below Poverty Level
15,099 Veterans

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IAAO Logo The Leon County Property Appraiser's Office has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Assessment Administration from the International Association of Assessing Officers.

The CEAA award is in recognition of utilizing best appraisal and assessment practices. In 2012, our office became the 11th jurisdiction nationally to earn the certificate since the inception of the program, and the 8th jurisdiction in Florida. The office was recertified in 2018.

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