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Homestead Exemption 2015 Deadline
New Homeowners. Don’t forget to file your Texas Homestead Exemptions for 2015.
Upon the purchase of a new home, you are eligible to file for a Texas Homestead Exemption which may reduce the amount of property taxes you will be required to pay. Tax exemptions are determined by the status of the occupant on January 1st of each tax year. You will only have to file once you reside in your new home.
All Homestead Exemptions must be filed by April 30, 2015. Contact the Appraisal District of the county in which you reside and request that they send you the necessary forms for “Declaring Your Homestead” or download the form from the appraisal district website. Filing for a Homestead Exemption is FREE through your appraisal district. You do not have to pay a third party to file on your behalf. Your appraisal district should automatically send an application form to all new property owners around the first of February. If you do not receive the application or if you need additional information, contact your county appraisal district, and as always:
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