Those cars that have been seen in parts of Summit County this week are doing comprehensive property reappraisals.
But what will the county fiscal office find, when all's said and done next March?
Summit County fiscal officer Kristen Scalise says that you likely won't see the overall 8.3 percent drop the last appraisal process uncovered.
"You're not going to see that large of a decrease three years later, because the housing market is starting to recover," Scalise tells AkronNewsNow.com, "and the economy is slowly starting to recover."
But Scalise says don't expect a big bump up in property values either, despite that recovery.
Scalise says property values will likely go up in some areas, but not across the county.
"If anything, a slight increase probably in the south of the county, and maybe towards the north," says Scalise. "But overall, there's not going to be a whole lot of change in home values within Summit County."
Scalise says the appraisers don't work after 3 p.m. and on weekends. They wear yellow vests and have county identification.