Due to inclimate weather, the Assessor's office will be closed Friday, December 6, 2013. We apologize for any inconvenience.
A Homestead Exemption is an exemption of $1,000 of the assessed valuation of your primary residence. In tax year 2012, this can be a savings of $86 to $136 depending on where you live in the county.
- You must be the homeowner of record who resides on the property by January 1.
- The property deed must be notarized on or before January 1 and filed with the County Clerk's Office on or before February 1.
- You must be a resident of Oklahoma.
Homestead Exemption applications are accepted at any time throughout the year. However, the application must be filed by March 15 or within 30 days from the date of issue on the "Notice of Change in Assessed Value of Real Estate" to be approved for the current year. Any application filed after these dates cannot be approved until the following year.
- Online—You may fill out and submit the Homestead Exemption application online.
- In Person—You may apply for Homestead Exemption at the Tulsa County Assessor's Office between 8:00–5:00 Monday–Friday (excluding holidays) or within 30 days from the date of issue on the "Notice of Change in Assessed Value of Real Estate". Our office is located at Tulsa County Administration Building, Room 215, 500 S. Denver, Tulsa, OK 74103.
- By Mail—You may download and fill out the Homestead Exemption Application and return it by mail to this address:
Ken Yazel, Tulsa County Assessor
Attn: Taxpayer Services
Tulsa County Administration Building, Room 215
500 S. Denver
Tulsa, OK 74103
- Field Office—In January a list of field offices will be set up to provide greater convenience for filing a Homestead Exemption. Please refer to the Community Outreach Events Program and Calendar for a list of times and places. This list will also be published in the Tulsa World and other Tulsa County newspapers.
You are not required to apply for a Homestead Exemption each year if you have been granted a Homestead Exemption and continue to occupy the homestead property. However, if you change your deed or move you will need to file a new application.
If the application is denied, the property owner has the right to appeal to the Tulsa County Board of Equalization. (Title 68 O.S. §2895)
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Please contact us for more information about Homestead Exemptions. Our contact information is below.