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Extended deadline for property tax benefits in Miami-Dade County


Miami, Florida – Miami-Dade County Property Appraiser Pedro J. Garcia has announced an extension for property owners to apply for tax benefits such as the Homestead Exemption or Portability even after the original deadline of Friday, March 1, 2024. To accommodate late filings, property owners are now required to complete an “Extenuating Circumstance Form,” which asks them to explain why they missed the deadline.

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This extension provides a crucial opportunity for those who haven’t yet applied for their property tax benefits. Applications for these benefits, along with the necessary Extenuating Circumstance Form, are accessible online. Property owners have the option to apply directly through the website at www.miamidade.gov/PA or arrange an in-person appointment to visit the property appraiser’s offices.

“Florida offers many property tax benefits for property owners that may provide long-term tax savings. Please visit us at one of our locations or apply online by visiting our website at www.miamidade.gov/PA. My office will accept all late applications for all property tax benefits,” Property Appraiser Garcia encourages property owners.

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For those with questions or who wish to discuss their exemption status further, the property appraiser’s website offers comprehensive information and the option to book an appointment. The offices are open for visits in Downtown Miami and the South Dade Government Center, ensuring residents have easy access to assistance and can take advantage of the tax benefits opportunities Florida law provides.

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