Minnesota Department of Revenue
Senior Citizen Property Tax Deferral Program
600 Robert St N, St. Paul, MN, 55146
Distance: 1033 Miles
Property Tax Deferral for Senior Citizens may allow older adults to defer a portion of the property taxes that are owed.
On this program, individuals will pay three percent of the total household income based on the prior year income. The state pays the remainder as a loan.
When the home sells or the deferral program is voluntarily cancelled, the loan plus interest must be repaid.
- Older adults
In order to qualify for this program, all of the following conditions must be met:
* Age 65 or older, if married, one of you is 65 or older.
* Household income is $60,000 or less
* Owned and lived in the home for the last 15 years
* Your home has been homesteaded for the last 15 years
* There are no reverse mortgage, a life estate, or any state or federal liens on your property
* Other liens against your property are less than 75 percent of the estimated market value
Apply by November 1 to defer your property taxes the following year. You may apply in the year you turn 65. Once accepted, you do not need to reapply yearly.
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DT-8700.6500-650Property Tax Postponement Information Definition
Programs that provide information and guidance for eligible individuals (usually people age 62 and older who meet established household income guidelines and people who are blind or totally disabled) who may qualify for the property tax postponement program. Eligible individuals may defer payment of all or a portion of their property taxes until they move, sell their homes or pass away, but create a lien on their property in doing so.