What do I bring with me to apply for the Homestead Exemption Program?
Proof of age for both applicant and spouse (birth certificate, driver’s license or passport). Proof of ownership (deed or tax bill). This also includes copies of any contracts, trust agreements, life estates or other documents that identify your ownership interest in the home. If you are under 65 and applying based on disability, bring proof of disability such as an award letter from social security or worker’s compensation, or a doctor’s certificate of disability. Ohio Income Tax Return (applicant and the applicant’s spouse.) Non-filers must fill out DTE Form 105H.

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1. Do I qualify for the Homestead Exemption program for Tax Year 2020?
2. Do I qualify for the Homestead Exemption program for Tax Year 2021?
3. What do I bring with me to apply for the Homestead Exemption Program?
4. What is an applicant's domicile?
5. What is the purpose of tax levies?
6. Why did my CAUV value change?
7. How are the soil values calculated?
8. What is a Triennial Update?
9. Did all properties get the same adjustment in the Triennial Update?
10. If my market value increased in the Triennial Update, will my taxes increase by the same percentage?
11. What if I don’t agree with the value you placed on my property in the Triennial Update?
12. What is the deadline to file a complaint against the valuation of real property (DTE Form 1) for Tax Year 2019?
13. What is the deadline to file a complaint against the valuation of real property (DTE Form 1) for Tax Year 2020?
14. What is the "non-business credit" on my tax bill?
15. What is the "owner occupancy credit?"
16. I was receiving the Homestead Exemption on my house but I sold it and bought a different one. Do I have to apply under the new homestead exemption program and show my income?
17. How do I search for property information?