Property Tax Oversight

In Florida, local governments are responsible for administering property tax. The Department of Revenue's Property Tax Oversight p​rogram provides oversight and assistance to local government officials, including property appraisers, tax collectors, and value adjustment boards.


Because property tax is administered locally, the best resources for assistance with property tax matters are the property appraiser​ and the tax collector​ in the county where the property is located.


  
  
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Florida law creates two separate ad valorem tax reductions related to affordable housing. Section 196.1978(1), F.S., provides for a property tax exemption if certain criteria are met; section 196.1978(2), F.S., provides for a property tax discount if certain criteria are met. Please review the Affordable and Multifamily Housing Projects web page for questions regarding Form DR-504, Ad Valorem Tax Exemption Application and Return.

3/15/2018
  

Buying a home for the first time in Florida? Learn more about Florida’s property tax system in the First-Time Florida Homebuyers brochure.

3/13/2018