There are 8 item(s) tagged with the keyword "real property".
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- 1. Homeowner's property tax exemption (BOE-266)
This claim may be used to file for the Homeowner's exemption for the assessment roll and the supplemental roll.
If homeowner's exemption claim form is is filed before February 15, applicant will receive 100% of the exemption amount. If filed between February 16 and December 10, applicant may receive the lesser of $5,600 or 80% of the taxable value of their property.
To view more about these exemptions: http://www.boe.ca.gov/proptaxes/exempt.htm
- 2. Change of Ownership Statement (BOE-502-AH)
The law requires any transferee acquiring interest in real property or manufactured homesubject to local property taxation, to file a change in ownership statement with the Counjty Recorder or Assessor.
- 3. Request for Declarations
In order for this office to verify your claim, and to determine whether or not the transfer(s) constitute a change-in-ownership for assessment purposes, the Assessor is allowed to consider proof in the form of declarations, accompanied by written evidence as may be available from the assessee to support their claim.
- 4. Change of Mailing Address
Request to change Assessor's records to reflect a new mailing address
- 5. Reassessment of Property Damaged or Destroyed by Misfortune or Calamity
Applications must be filed with the County Assessor within twelve months of the date the damage was sustained.
Section 170 of the revenue and taxation code provides for the reassessment of real and/or personal property which has been damaged or destroyed by a misfortune or by a calamity through no fault of the assessee.
- 6. Parent - Child Exclusion from Reassessment (BOE-58-AH)
For Real property that is transferred between parents and their children
- 7. Grandparent / Grandchild Exclusion from Reassessment (BOE-58-G)
For Exemption of Real property that is transferred between parents and their children
- 8. Change of Ownership Statement - Death of Real Property Owner (BOE-502-D)
File a seperate statement for each parcel of real property owned by the decedent.
Section 480(b) of the Revenue & Taxation Code requires that the personal representative file this statement with the Assessor in each county where the decedent owned property at the time of death.
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