Disabled Veterans Exemption
All taxing entities must grant this exemption when a person makes application and qualifies. The exemption can be on any one piece of property in the State of Texas, including business personal property or mineral accounts. The owner must (1) have a military, service-related disability and (2) the disabled veteran must be a resident of Texas. The exemption amount is based on the percentage of disability granted by the Veteran’s Administration.
|10% to 29%||$5,000 of the assessed value|
|30% to 49%||$7,500 of the assessed value|
|50% to 69%||$10,000 of the assessed value|
|70% and over||$12,000 of the assessed value|
Over-65 regardless of percentage, $12,000 of the assessed value.
Surviving spouse of a person who dies while on active duty $5,000
If a disabled veteran who is entitled to the exemption dies, the veteran’s surviving spouse is entitled to an exemption equal to the amount of the veteran’s exemption at the time of death. The spouse is entitled to an exemption only as long as the spouse remains unmarried.
Pursuant to Sec. 11.1825(r) of the Texas Property Tax Code, The Montgomery County Appraisal District gives public notice of the capitalization rate to be used for the 2022 Tax Year to value properties receiving exemptions under this section. Rent restricted properties vary widely. These variations can have an effect on the valuation of the property. A basic capitalization rate of 7.5% (Unloaded) will be used to value these properties; although adjustments may be made on the individual property characteristics and the information provided to the chief appraiser as required under Sections 11.182(d) and (g) of the Property Tax Code.
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