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Gainesville, Fl 32601
Want to learn more about our exemptions? We have put together an intuitive exemption guide complete with examples to help you figure out which exemptions apply to your case.
Click here to visit our exemption guide.
We have put together a series of videos to help you understand the appraisal process. We also have videos detailing the claim process and how to request an exemption.
Online Homestead Exemption Application
If you are applying for a Homestead Exemption please see our new on-line application.
Click here to visit the Homestead Exemption Application
On Line Property Guide and Resolution Center
The "Resolution Center" is a place to learn about the appraisal process and to file a Request For Review.
Property Guide and Resolution Center
A Tangible Personal Property search is now available on our website. You may view your business account information with easy access to the Alachua County Tax Collector's information. You can check to see if we've received your tangible return or verify if the ownership and location information is correct. Click Here to visit Tangible Property Search.
Truth in Millage, or TRIM, notices are mailed to property owners in August. TRIM notices contain your taxing authorities' proposed property tax rates for the year, their budget hearing locations and times, and deadlines for filing petitions with the Value Adjustment Board.
"Dodge These Financial Services Scams" by Sid Kirchheimer, from the AARP Bulletin, May 2016, at AARP.org.
Consumer information regarding property assessment and deeds from AARP. Click Here to visit the link from AARP.org
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