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PSA – Homestead Tax Payment Deferral

Karnes County Appraisal District: Appreciating Homestead Value Tax Deferral

Homeowners may postpone paying their currently delinquent property taxes due on the appreciating value of their homes. Simply file a tax deferral affidavit at the Karnes County Appraisal District for a payment option called “residence homestead tax deferral”.

This tax relief allows homeowners to pay the property taxes on 105 percent of the preceding year’s appraised value of their homestead, plus the taxes on any new improvements to the homestead. The remaining taxes are postponed, but not cancelled,  with interest accruing at 8 percent per year.

For complete details about deferring taxes on the appreciating value of your home, contact the Karnes County Appraisal District at 830-780-2433. Learn more at nobullradio.com


Date: October 2014

Homeowners Have Payment Options for Property Taxes on Appreciating Home Values (Sec. 33.065)

Texas homeowners may postpone paying the currently delinquent property taxes due on the appreciating value of their homes by taking advantage of a payment option called “residence homestead tax deferral” and filing a tax deferral affidavit at the Karnes County Appraisal District.

This tax relief allows homeowners to pay the property taxes on 105 percent of the preceding year’s appraised value of their homestead, plus the taxes on any new improvements to the homestead. The remaining taxes are postponed — but not cancelled — with interest accruing at 8 percent per year.

Once the homeowner files the tax deferral affidavit with the appraisal district, no taxing unit can start or continue a lawsuit for the deferred taxes as long as that person owns and lives in the home. When the homeowner no longer owns and lives in the home, the deferred taxes and interest become due. If the taxes are not paid, taxing units can then sue to collect the deferred taxes and interest. Additional penalties are possible.

For complete details about deferring taxes on the appreciating value of your home, contact the Karnes County Appraisal District at 830-780-2433. Information is also available on the Comptroller’s Property Tax Assistance Division’s website at www.window.state.tx.us/taxinfo/proptax/.

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