Typical misfortunes or calamities which may qualify for reduced assessment include fire, flood, or earthquake damage. Damage to personal property, such as household furnishings, is not eligible since it is not assessed for property tax purposes.
Worksheet provided to each family living on property. To accompany claim seeking exemption on housing for elderly or handicapped families that is owned and operated by a nonprofit organization.
Property, whether owned or leased, which as of the lien date (January 1), is used for libraries and museums that are free and open to the public.
Leased property used for low-income housing may be exempt.
If you own a home and occupy it as your principal place of residence on January 1, you may apply for an exemption of $7,000 from the home’s assessed value, which reduces your property tax bill.
Submission Deadline: February 15 or before the 30th day following the date of notice of supplemental assessment, whichever comes first.
If you believe your property assessed value is higher than the market value, you may request an Informal Assessment Review between the dates of January 2, 2020 – March 31, 2020. This only applies to single family dwellings, residential condominiums, townhouses, live-work lofts, and cooperative units.
In order to qualify for this reduction, this claim form must be completed and signed by the buyer and filed with the Assessor. Please refer to the General Information section for details.
The Leased Equipment Detail Report is one of two (2) templates provided by the Business Property Division of the Office of the Assessor-Recorder to assist lessors report equipment out on lease in the City and County of San Francisco.
Leased property used exclusively by and for Public Schools, Community Colleges, State Colleges, State Universities, or University of California.
Exempts property owners from real property or personal property taxes who leases to Churches, Public Schools, Community and State Colleges, State Universities, Nonprofit Colleges, Free Public Libraries and Free Museums and provides compensation to them in the form of rental reduction or refund.
Worksheet provided to each household living on property. To accompany claim seeking exemption for low-income housing that is owned and operated by a nonprofit organization.