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    2017 PRELIMINARY Values on Website
    2017 Values are PRELIMINARY and subject to change. We are still working on finalizing values.

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    Appraisal Notices
    2017 Appraisal Notices have been mailed for most real property. Accounts that currently have agricultural value will be mailed at the end of April. Business personal property notices will be mailed beginning the end of April. If you would like to discuss your value informally with an appraiser you may come to our office or call through May 9th.

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    Rendition Deadline April 17th!!
    Renditions have been mailed to all business personal property accounts. The deadline for filing your rendition for 2017 is April 17th. Renditions should be postmarked or delivered to our office no later than April 17th.

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    Filing for a Homestead Exemption
    If you are contacted by a company offering to file your homestead exemption for a "one-time processing fee" DO NOT respond. There is NEVER a fee to file for any exemption. Contact our office to see if you qualify for a homestead exemption.

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    Tax Deferral
    Homeowners who are age 65 or older or disabled may defer or postpone paying property taxes on their residence homestead as long as they own and live in it. A tax deferral only postpones the tax liability, it does not cancel it. Past taxes, penalty and interest become due 181 days after the subject property no longer qualifies as a residence homestead. To defer your tax payments, you must file a tax deferral affidavit with the Lubbock Central Appraisal District. For additional information contact us at (806)762-5000 or email info@lubbockcad.org.

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    Over 65 Exemption information no longer available on our website
    Effective September 1, 2015 we may no longer post information on our website that indicates the age of a property owner. If you have questions concerning an exemption please call (806)762-5000 ext. 5. or email info@lubbockcad.org.

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