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Outreach News

Newberry Mobile Pop-up

GAINESVILLE, Fla - Starting Monday, January 22, 2024, through Friday, February 02, 2024, the Alachua County Property Appraiser’s Office is expanding its operations to the City of Newberry by hosting a mobile pop-up at the Mentholee Norfleet Municipal Building. The...

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Tangible Personal Property Webinar

Tangible Personal Property:What Every Business Owner Needs to Know Wednesday, January 11 @ 12:00 pm EST Join our webinar to learn more about Tangible Personal Property and why it is important for your business.  Learn about what is tangible personal property, how the...

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Critical Public Service Additional Homestead Exemption

GAINESVILLE, Fla - A Critical Public Services Workforce bill is pending approval by Florida voters and if passed will provide an additional exemption for qualifying applicants and will take effect January 1, 2023. This bill may provide an additional Homestead...

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Outreach Events

‘I wish someone would have told me this’ Workshop

‘I wish someone would have told me this’ Workshop

Want to learn more about your TRIM notice?Join our workshop "I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me This:  Everything You Need to Know About Your TRIM Notice'This workshop is designed for Alachua County homeowners who want to learn more about the TRIM notice, including its...

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Probate & Estate Planning Initiative

Probate & Estate Planning Initiative

Alachua County residents have approximately $261 million of property value at risk of entering a costly and lengthy probate legal process. Due to the significance of this data, our office created our Probate and Estate Planning Summit. This event features an interactive panel discussion led by representatives from Alachua County.

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Realtors’ Seminar

Realtors’ Seminar

Ongoing Community Education InitiativesSpeakersThis event is free and open to all real estate professionals. Please be sure to register hereSubjects we will go over•...

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What is a Denial

What is a Denial

A “denial” refers to the process by which the Property Appraiser’s Office denies an applicant’s applications for certain tax exemptions, such as homestead, veterans, or senior-related benefits, as well as agricultural classifications.   

When a person has been notified of an exemption denial by registered mail, they have until 25 days after the mailing of their TRIM notice to file an appeal with the Value Adjustment Board (VAB). There is no filing fee for applicants who have been denied a homestead exemption application unless the denial is for a late file. If the petitioner is appealing a denial of an application that was filed late (after March 1), a nominal filing fee is due.  

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Helpful Links

Helpful Links

Get links to additional resources like different Alachua County, State of Florida, and National Resources. Also, check out links to different County Property Appriasers.

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