Veterans with a Service-Connected Disability

Veterans with a service-connected disability rating of 10% – 99%, or their surviving spouse, are eligible to receive a $5,000 exemption on their homesteaded property’s assessed value.  Florida law also provides a full exemption for veterans with a 100% service-connected disability rating or the veteran’s surviving spouse.

If your service-connected disability rating has increased to 100% since you initially filed for your Veteran’s Exemption, please provide our office with a certificate indicating your 100% service-connected disability rating from the US Government or US Department of Veterans.  You can email a copy of this certificate to The deadline to file for all 2023 exemptions is September 18, 2023.

Helpful Resources Available Online at

Property owners who need proof of residency for school applications or proof of Homestead Exemption can easily print a copy of their property record directly from our website.  Simply visit our website at Search for your home by name or address.  Once you find your property record, you can print or save the property record page as a PDF (last icon on the tool bar).

To find the property taxes paid on a property, search for your property record and click on the “Tax” icon to link to the Tax Collector’s website or visit their website at

Property owners who would like to view sales in their subdivision can click on the “Map” icon.  An aerial view of the property will appear and a layer list box on the left side enables you to click on the “No Sales” drop down box to select sales you would like to view.  Any sales you select will then populate on the aerial map.  You can also view this information in the “Recent Sales in this Subdivision” section on the property record page (click on “More Sales” to view additional sales in your subdivision).

If my office can ever be of assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact me directly at

Take care,

Marty Kiar, CFA


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