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09 Proposition 60 90

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title tools and information provided by Team Forkel your Cal Counties Title Nation Contacts, Brian and Sara

title tools and information provided by Team Forkel your Cal Counties Title Nation Contacts, Brian and Sara

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  • 1. Proposition 60/90 EXTENDED TAX BREAKS FOR SENIORS!   Ordinarily, when the ownership of California real property changes, the property is reassessed at its  current fair market value and the new owners pays property tax based on the reassessment. Proposition 60  created an exemption by providing that the taxpayer who is 55 years of age or older may transfer the  Proposition 13 base year assessment of his/her principal residence to any replacement dwelling of equal or  lesser value* within the same county.  If eligible, the homeowner will pay property tax on the replacement  home based on the same assessment value of the former home. Proposition 90 enables such taxpayers, in  certain circumstances, to transfer their base year value in a replacement dwelling in another county. Only  certain  counties  have  adopted  proposition  90.  they  currently  are:  Alameda,  Kern,  Los  Angeles,  Modoc, Orange, San Diego, Santa Clara, San Mateo, and Ventura. It is IMPERATIVE that you verify with the  09 individual county that they are still accepting Prop. 90 transfer. Proposition 60/90 •  The seller of the original residence, or spouse residing with the seller, must be at least 55 years of  age, as of the date that the original property is transferred. •  The replacement property must be of equal or lesser “ current market value” than the original. •  The base year value of the original property cannot be transferred to the replacement dwelling until  the original property is sold.  •  The replacement property must be purchased or newly constructed within two years (before or  after) of the sale of the original property. •  The  owner  must  file  an  application  within  three  years  following  the  purchase  date  or  new  construction completion date of the replacement property. •  This is a one‐time only filing. Proposition 60/90 relief cannot be granted if the claimant, or spouse,  was granted relief in the past. •  Proposition 60/90 relief includes, but is not limited to: single family residences, condominiums, units  in planned unit developments, cooperative housing corporation units or lots, community apartment  units, mobile homes subject top local real property tax, and owners’ living premises which are a  portion of a larger structure. •  The taxpayer is not eligible for the tax relief until they actually own AND occupy the replacement  dwelling as their principle residence. The county Assessor will require a copy of the tax bill from the other county and a copy of the applicant’s  birth certificate to be included with the application. Also include a copy of the grant deed for the new  purchase and a copy of the closing statements for both the sale and the purchase. In most instances, if more  than one owner of an original property must choose among themselves which one will use the benefits.Material discussed is meant for general illustration and/or infomercial purposes only and it is not to be considered as tax, legal, or investment advice. Although the information has been gathered from sources believed to be reliable, pleasenote that individual situations can vary, therefore, please consult a professional for specific advice.

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