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Filing for Homestead Exemption in 2015

Everyone wants to save money, right?  Homestead Exemption is a tax saving tool for all property owners.  In order to declare a homestead exemption, you must own and occupy the property as your primary residence as of January 1 2015.  272 more words

Gwinnett County Property Taxes

March 1st Deadline For First Time Home Owners

Miami Dade Homestead Exemption

Bought a home last year? You got till March 1st to file for homestead exemption.  Not a homeowner or know someone who purchased a property? Share this post today!


Can I get Homestead? Exemption that is...

The Homestead Exemption is another great perk of home ownership.

Make sure to click on your county link and confirm the date you need to get yours in: 204 more words


How to Submit Your 2015 Harris County Homestead Exemption Form!

Don’t delay!  Submit your Exemption Form today!  Why?  The taxing authorities (school district and county) allow you to remove part of the taxable value of your home for tax purposes since you are using the property as your residence. 210 more words

2015 Homestead Exemption Form Harris County

Ring in the New Year with a Property Tax Break!

The New Year has arrived and it’s time to file for your Homestead Exemption! You have from now until April 30th.

If you’re new to home ownership or if you’re new to the state of Texas, here’s a quick tutorial on our… 486 more words


Have you Filed for Homestead Exemption?

When you own a home in Florida, and live in it as your primary residence, then Florida law typically allows you a $25,000 tax exemption on the assessed value of the property. 375 more words

Brevard County Florida Real Estate

Looking for a January blog entry? It's homestead exemption time!

It’s time for your clients to file their property tax homestead exemption if they live in Travis or Williamson County, Texas!

We’ve got a great explanation and “how-to” prepped and ready to go for you: it gives your clients step-by-step instructions on how to file their exemptions. 45 more words