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What Homeowners need to know

The Homestead laws have changed! Since portability was introduced and home values have increased there are now significant tax savings available to Florida homeowners, especially those who have owned more than one home! A property tax analysis from Florida Homestead Check™ will identify issues that are causing your taxes to be higher than they should be and walk you through the steps required to fix them.

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What Realtors® need to know

It’s much more than just filing for Homestead and getting the Standard $50,000 exemption! Failing to identify Homestead related issues before closing could cost your clients up to $10,000 a year in additional property taxes. A Homestead check is an easy way to make sure that your client not only files for Homestead, but gets all of the tax savings available to them under the law.

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The Issues Costing Homeowners Thousands

80% of Florida homeowners are overpaying their property taxes. About 30% don't even file for Homestead! A Florida Homestead Check™ analyses your unique property tax situation and identifies problems that are causing you to overpay. If you don't have time to fix them yourself you can hire the Homestead Doctors™ to correct most property tax issues on your behalf.

Florida Homestead Low Market Value Problem

Valuation Errors

Low market value and/or high assessed value on the county tax rolls can cause you to pay higher property taxes and rob you of portability savings that you can transfer to your next home in Florida.

Florida Homestead Low Market Value Problem

Unclaimed Portability

Have you owned more than one home in Florida? If the answer is "yes" then you have probably accumulated portability savings that are just sitting around waiting to be claimed by filing a simple form.

Florida Homestead Low Market Value Problem

Missed Exemptions

Did you know that all senior citizens with an income under about $30k get another $50,000 exemption? There are currently over 30 property tax exemptions that you could be eligible for.

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Homestead University Articles

Stay up to date with the latest Homestead and property tax related articles and stories. You can also find helpful tips and articles explaining Florida’s complicated Homestead Laws that walk you through the process for correcting issues.

How Does the County Property Appraiser’s Office Work?

How Does the County Property Appraiser’s Office Work?

How Does the County Property Appraiser’s Office work, and Why can’t I just go yell at them and get my values adjusted to lower my tax bill or increase my portability? Remember the Boston Tea Party? ...

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Important Homestead Dates To Remember

Important Homestead Dates To Remember

When to I have to file for Homestead?  When is my Homestead Established?  When does it go into effect?  What if I want to challenge my Market Value?  What if I need to file a VAB...

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The Basics Of Homestead In Florida

The Basics Of Homestead In Florida

The Save Our Homes Act keeps the Assessed Value (the base value on which you pay taxes) from going up any more than 3% a year or CPI, whichever is LESS. So the Market Value (what your...

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Things To Check Before Selling Your Home

Things To Check Before Selling Your Home

Is your Market Value on the Tax Rolls about what your home is actually worth? Do this simple test:  Multiply your best estimate of the actual value of your home by 85%.  Compare that to the...

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Why Adjusting Your Market Value Will Not Raise The New Buyer's Taxes

Why Adjusting Your Market Value Will Not Raise The New Buyer's Taxes

There is a common misperception that raising the Market Value of your home will increase your tax bill or that raising the Market Value will cause the Buyer’s taxes on the home after they buy it...

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Why Adjusting Your Market Value Will Not Cause Your Taxes To Go Up

Why Adjusting Your Market Value Will Not Cause Your Taxes To Go Up

We encourage any Floridian homeowner who has any intentions of selling their home now or in the future and who plans to stay in Florida when they buy their next home to carefully check and make...

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