FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A homestead exemption lowers your property taxes by removing part of the value of your property from taxation. There are several different types of homestead exemption, including the general residence homestead exemption and exemptions for seniors, people and veterans with disabilities, and some surviving spouses.
No, you do not have to reapply for a homestead exemption unless the Chief Appraiser requests a new application in writing, you move to a new residence, or your qualifications for an exemption change.
Homestead exemptions do not transfer between owners. New property owners must submit a new application for a homestead exemption on their property.
To qualify for a homestead exemption, you must own and occupy the property on which you are applying. If you recently purchased a home, you may submit the form now and the homestead will be applied to the year in which you qualify.
Yes. Please include a copy of your title to the mobile home or a verified copy of your purchase contract along with your exemption form.
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