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HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS

ONCE GAINED, PERMANENTLY APPLIED. The homestead exemption is a tax exemption from state and property taxes on the first $75,000 of the value of your main residence and applies to all homeowners.

HOW TO

File for a Homestead Exemption

To file for a Homestead Exemption, the applicant must appear in person at the Assessor's Office (with the exception of Ascension Parish residents) and bring the following:

  • Proof of ownership - recorded Act of Sale or Warranty Deed
  • Driver's License/ID
  • Recent unpaid bill(s) for the property addressed to the owner (*Note: some parishes do not accept Sewerage & Water Board bills as proof of residency).

After you have initially filed for your Homestead Exemption, each year thereafter, you will receive a receipt in the mail showing your Homestead Exemption is permanent. You will no longer be eligible for the homestead exemption on that home should you move to another location or sell your house.

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