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Change of Address
Change of Mailing Address
Arising out of concerns about Identity Theft and other forms of fraud, the Miami-Dade County Office of the Property Appraiser has introduced a new security feature in the way it processes requests for mailing address changes.
Property owners seeking to change their mailing address will have to submit:
- Mailing address change form
- Photo copy of owner's Drivers License or State issued ID.
If the request is being made in person at the one of our offices:
The actual ID must be presented.
Complete our mailing address change form and return with copy of picture ID to:
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER
STEPHEN P. CLARK CENTER (SPCC)
111 NW 1ST ST STE 710
MIAMI FL 33128-1984
You may send in a letter on company letterhead, advising the Property Appraiser of the new mailing address. The letter must also contain the following:
1. Folio number
2. Letter must be signed by an officer of the company
3. Must contain the language that this authorization will stay in effect until the Property Appraiser is notified, in writing.
The county or municipal department that issues building permits for a property is responsible for assigning the address (es). With written authorization from that department, the Office of the Property Appraiser can change a property address. Property owners must contact the department that issues permits to request and obtain the required authorization.
Exception: if the address on a permit differs from what is on the Office of the Property Appraiser computer, a change will be made with a copy of the permit. Vacant land is assigned an address when a building permit is issued.
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