Filing Your Homestead Exemption In Greater Austin

Dated: 01/08/2018

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It’s that time of year again!  If you purchased a primary residence in 2017, make sure to file your homestead exemption with the county to save some money on your property taxes! You must submit this paperwork by April 30th. 

Your Homestead Exemption will be denied unless all of the required documents show the same homestead address. First, fill out the application specific to your county, then mail all of the documents to the county appraisal district. Williamson County even lets you file the paperwork online!

Download the residential homestead exemption application for your county by clicking the link below:

Travis County

Mailing Address: P.O. BOX 149012, Austin, TX 78714-9012

Williamson County

Mailing Address: 625 FM 1460, Georgetown, TX 78626-8050

Hays County

Mailing Address: 21001 IH 35 North, Kyle, Texas 78640

Bastrop County or Call 512-303-1930 ext. 22

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 578, Bastrop, TX 78602

Burnet County

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 908, Burnet, TX 78611-0908

Llano County

Mailing Address: 103 E. Sandstone St., Llano, Texas 78643

Include a Copy of your Driver's License or Identification Card:  Your driver's license needs to be from the Texas Department of Public Safety (TX DPS) and the address must match the homestead address.

Contact me if you have any questions! 

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