Out of State Homestead Exemption Voids Florida Exemption [Florida]

Florida exempts a portion of a Florida homestead from ad valorem tax. This could save a taxpayer a few hundred dollars a year. The real economic value to such an exemption is that under Florida’s Save our Homes provision, ad valorem tax value increases are limited to 3% per year even though the value of the residence increases more.

A husband owned a residence in Indiana. He received a residency-based property tax exemption from Indiana on that property. His wife owned a Florida residence…

VENICE L. ENDSLEY, Appellant, v. BROWARD COUNTY, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT, REVENUE COLLECTIONS DIVISION; LORI PARRISH, as Broward County Property Appraiser, et al., Appellees. 4th District. Case No. 4D14-3997. March 23, 2016

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