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The Tax Comparison allows you to view a property's tax information for the current and previous year and lists changes by taxing district.
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Cancel Your Homestead Exemption
If the property receiving homestead exemption was still their permanent residence on January 1, then the exemption is valid for this property for the entire year.
If the owner moved out before January 1, then please submit a Cancellation of Homestead Exemption Form.
If the owner is requesting to cancel a senior exemption, widow/widower exemption, disability exemptions, and or grandparents/parents assessment reduction a written request must be made to the property appraiser's office.
The status date of January 1 pertains to all exemptions however there are other requirements that also effect exemption eligibility.
The signed written request may be faxed to: 305-375-4491
The signed written request may be mailed to:
PO BOX 013140
MIAMI FL 33101-3140
- Exemption Cancellation Form
Exemptions are not transferable.
When applying for Homestead Exemption on a different home within the County, the application asks:
1- Complete your previous address
2- Did you receive Homestead Exemption at this address?
3- Yes or No
This is how your exemption will be cancelled at your previous address within Dade County.
If you are applying for Homestead Exemption in another Florida County:
1- Please complete the Cancellation of Homestead Exemption Form
2- Submit it to either of our 2 offices
3- Get a receipt!
4- Submit a copy of your receipt with your new application at the other County
Always review your Notice of Proposed Property Taxes which is mailed in August to confirm that these changes have been applied.
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