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Filing a Homestead Exemption in Collier County

by Anthony J. Cetrangelo on Nov. 09, 2017

Real Estate Estate 

Summary: Filing a Homestead Exemption in Naples, Florida.

When do I have to file for the Florida Homestead Exemption in Naples, Florida?

Florida grants homeowner's a minimum of $25,000.00 exemption on the assessed taxable value of a person's primary principal residence also known as your Homestead. In order to qualify for this Homestead Exemption you must be a permanent Florida Resident (domiciled) as of January 1st of the year that you plan on applying for the Homestead Exemption. The deadline for filing for the Homestead Exemption is on March 1st of the tax year. 

Every person who owns and resides on real property in Florida on January 1st and makes the property their permanent residence (Homestead) can then qualify to receive a Homestead Exemption of up to $50,000.00. 

The first $25,000.00 applies to all property taxes. This includes school district taxes. The additional Homestead Exemption of up to $25,000.00, applies to the assessed value between $50,000.00 and $75,000.00. This only applies to non-school taxes.

Where do I file for the Homestead Exemption in Naples, Florida?

In Collier County you can file for the Homestead Exemption at any of the following locations: 

Main Office 
3950 Radio Rd., Naples, FL 34104 

Orange Blossom Office 
2335 Orange Blossom Dr., Naples, FL 34109 

Golden Gate City Office 
4715 Golden Gate Pkwy., Naples, FL 34116

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