Yes. However, it is preferred that our appraisers have the opportunity to visit the property prior to starting any work.
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No. Only one exemption may be active for a property at any given time.
No. Application fees are to be paid at Billings and Collections and the application has to be filed in person with the City Assessor's Office.
No. Extensions are not granted. You would need to reapply to the program.
Yes. The exemption stays with the property and automatically transfers with the deed.
No. The exemption amount is subtracted from the assessment before taxes are calculated. The assessment and/or tax rate can change during reassessments.
Yes. However, the application must be signed by the current owner of the property.
No. Additions such as garages, swimming pools, patios, etc. are not considered living areas.