Announcements from Len Ortagus, Director of IT

Tax Estimator
Step 1 - Enter the property sale price OR fair market value.
Please note that sales after foreclosure, short sales and other distressed sales may not indicate fair market value. ($10,000 minimum value. No commas please.)
Step 2 - Determine the millage rate.
Select a taxing district from the drop down list and the corresponding millage rate will be populated automatically.

2014 Millage Rate 
Step 3 - Are you homestead exemption eligible?
The maximum homestead exemption is $50,000. The total exemption value cannot exceed the property value.
Step 4 - Are you eligible for other exemptions?
The following exemptions must be used in conjunction with the homestead exemption. Check those that apply.
  $500 Widow(er)’s Exemption
  $500 Non Service-Connected Disability Exemption
  $5000 Service-Connected Disability Exemption
  $500 Blind Persons Disability Exemption
Step 5 - Calculate property tax estimate.
Use the reset button to enter a new calculation. Errors can result if the form is not reset between calculations.
The estimated Ad Valorem Property Taxes** are:

** Unofficial Estimate **

For your planning purposes only.

**Many factors may affect the actual tax bill including, but not limited to, special assessments such as garbage collection, street lighting, street paving, etc. For information regarding special assessments that may be applicable to a specific taxing district, please directly contact the taxing authorities.

Homestead portability is not factored into this calculation. If you are qualified to port any of your deferred value then your actual taxes will be lower than this estimate.

© St. Johns County Property Appraiser 2014