FILE FOR PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS FROM JANUARY 1 - MARCH 1

Did you purchase or aquire a home in 2022? If so, you may qualify for Homestead Exemption. This exemption reduces your property taxes and can save you hundreds of dollars each year.

You must meet the following requirements as of January 1:

-Have legal or beneficial title to the property as recorded in the public records of Calhoun County, Florida.

-Make the property your permanent residence

-Be a permanent resident of Calhoun County

-Be a United States citizen or possess a Permanent Resident Card

Document list for proof of residency:

Deed or other court document

Valid Florida driver license or State issued ID card

Mail showing homestead address and owner’s name

Florida vehicle registration 

Call us at (850) 674-5636 option 3 if you have any questions


DEED SCAM ALERT!

IF YOU RECIEVE A LETTER ASKING YOU TO PAY FOR YOUR PROPERTY RECORDS – DON’T! IT’S A SCAM TO GET YOUR MONEY. 

Deed Scam Letter 2021

Carla Trickey Peacock, CFA, Your Property Appraiser

Carla Trickey PeacockCarla Trickey Peacock was born and raised in Calhoun County, graduated from Blountstown High School and attended Chipola Junior College. Carla was elected in 2016 as Calhoun County’s first female Property Appraiser.

Carla is a Certified Florida Appraiser (CFA) and a member of the Property Appraiser Association of Florida (PAAF), the Florida Association of Assessing Officers and the International Association of Assessing Officers.

She resides in Blountstown with her husband, Mike. They have one daughter and one granddaughter.

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