Monday, March 13, 2023 / by Alison Goser
Homeowners may be eligible for a partial refund of 2022 property taxes if a residential improvement was rendered uninhabitable for at least 30 days due to Hurricane Ian or Hurricane Nicole. If applicable, property owners may request a refund of property taxes paid for in 2022 relative to the time their residential property was uninhabitable due to a hurricane.
If you are a homeowner who experienced damages to your residential property due to Hurricane Ian or Hurricane Nicole, you may be eligible for a partial refund of your 2022 property taxes if the property was rendered uninhabitable for at least 30 days.
For more information, please click here: Florida Department of Revenue Bulletin
For link to updated application, please click here: Application for Tax Refund
* The property owner must file an application for refund with the property appraiser no sooner than January 1, 2023, and no later than April 3 ...
Friday, April 1, 2022 / by Randy Keys
We’re still in a seller’s market, but that doesn’t mean your home is guaranteed to easily sell.1 If you want to maximize your sale price, it’s still important to prepare your home before putting it on the market.
Start by connecting with a real estate agent as soon as possible. Having the eyes and ears of an insightful real estate professional on your side can help you boost your home’s appeal to buyers. What’s more, beginning the preparation process early allows you to tackle repairs and upgrades that can increase your property’s value.
Use the checklist below to figure out what other tasks you should complete in the months leading up to listing your home. While everyone’s situation is unique, these guidelines will help you make sure you’re ready to sell when the time is right. Of course, you can always call us if you’re not sure where to start or what to tackle first. We can help customize a plan that works for you. ...