Calamity Reassessment Property Tax FAQ

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Calamity Reassessment Property Tax FAQ

After my property is rebuilt or repaired following the damage, will my property taxes be increased over what they were before?
What are the requirements to qualify for this tax relief?
If my mobile home is severely damaged by fire, do I qualify for this tax relief?
If my furniture was destroyed, can my property taxes be reduced?
Do boats and airplanes qualify for this property tax relief if they were damaged by
a storm or fire?
Do I qualify for property tax relief if a storm damaged my avocado or citrus grove?
I have an avocado grove and, due to the fruit fly infestation, my entire crop was lost. Can I qualify for a calamity reduction?
My house has a cracked slab. Does this qualify as a calamity?
How does the Assessor’s Office determine the amount of property taxes to be refunded if my house was partially destroyed by fire?
Once I file my application, what is the process?

 

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