Dallas Homestead Forms
Homestead Exemption Forms & Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Dallas County, Collin, Denton, Ellis and Tarrant County Homestead Exemption Forms – 2013
You can lower your property taxes by filing your homestead exemption form. By filing this form, you reduce the taxable amount of your property’s value and thus reduce the amount of taxes you pay in future years.
Below, you will find the Homestead exemption form you need to fill out and mail to the County Tax Assessor’s Office.
can be filed easily online or you can use their property search tool to locate the Homestead Form (PDF) specific to your property.
Click here to visit the Dallas County Appraisal District Website
or View Form on CollingCAD.org
or View Form on DentonCAD.org
or View Form on EllisCAD.org
or View Form on JohnsonCAD.org
or View Form on KaufmanCAD.org
or View Form on RockwallCAD.org
If you have purchased your home recently, you do not need to request an exemption application. TAD will mail an application to you in late December or early January provided: We have processed your deed. You purchased the home and occupied it as your principle residence on or before January 1 of the current tax year. Your mailing address is the same as the property location address. If we have not processed your deed by January 1, we will mail you an application as soon as we have completed the deed entry. If you purchased your home after January 1, you will receive an application in the following December or January. TAD.org
- You need to file this form only once.
- You must file the completed application with all required documentation between January 1st and no later than April 30th.
- Texas property owners applying for the homestead exemption are required to submit documents indicating their county of residence. [Verify this info on DallasCad.org (PDF)] With the homestead application, homeowners must provide photocopies of the following materials:
- The applicant’s vehicle registration receipt,
- The applicant’s Texas driver’s license or Texas ID Card.
The homestead application, vehicle registration and Texas license/ID card must all have the same address. Applicants who do NOT own a vehicle are required to submit a notarized affidavit certifying that fact and provide a copy of a current utility bill. The address on the utility bill must be the same as the address on the application for the homestead exemption.
Filing the homestead form is FREE! Disregard offers from companies saying they will file the homestead form for a fee. Those offers are a SCAM.
Don’t forget: on your tax return, you can deduct the amount of interest and property taxes you have paid as well as some of the fees you paid at closing. Contact your tax professional for more information. Contact us if you have questions. We hope you are enjoying your new home!
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