Filing for Homestead of your Primary Residence
It is important to file for Homestead on your Primary Residence for two reasons.
- The taxable amount of your home is decreased by up to $50,000 when the home is Homesteaded
- The amount annually your taxes can increase is capped at 3% of the total amount each year. You will need to be sure to file for Homestead by March 1 of the following year of home purchase.
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**Your warranty deed is public record**
Usually there is a company who will try to sell you a copy of your warranty deed. Disregard the letter. You can go to the county public records if you need a copy of contact us and we can assist you.