Homestead Exemptions

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Listed below are the exemptions affected by House Bill 1287 and the required documents needed for each exemption.


Exemption Types (4)

☑️ A copy of the completed application Form 50-114

☑️ A clear copy of your current Drivers License or Texas ID card – (Address Must Match Your Principal Residence)

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☑️ A copy of a completed application Form 50-114

☑️ A clear copy of your current drivers license or Texas ID card – (Address Must Match Your Principal Residence)

Category: Exemption Types

☑️ A clear copy of your current Drivers License or Texas ID card

☑️ A current copy of your Social Security Award Letter which clearly states the date you became disabled.

Category: Exemption Types

☑️ A copy of the completed application Form 50-114

☑️ A copy of your current Drivers License or Texas ID card

☑️ Attach a copy of your currently dated letter from the Veterans Administration’s Office clearly stating you are 100% Service Connected Disabled or Paid at the 100% Service Connected due to unemployable.

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Additional Info:


Mobile Homeowners Only

Attach a copy of the mobile title issued by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, or a notarized copy of the bill of sale. If you do not have either one you may fill out the attached manufactured home affidavit in its place and have it notarized.

Married Couples With Different Last Names

Attach a copy of your marriage license.

Multiple Owners Who Are Not Married

Download the form Request for Separate Taxation of Undivided Interest all owner’s must fill it out, sign and attach copies of their current Driver’s Licenses.

Surviving Spouses

Reapply for your exemptions for next January following your spouse’s passing.

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Est. 1982

The Fort Bend Central Appraisal District is a political subdivision of the State of Texas established in 1982 for the purpose of discovering and appraising property for ad valorem tax purposes for each taxing unit within the boundaries of the district.

The district has approximately 376,000 accounts to appraise each year with a total market value of approximately $107 billion.

FBCAD Serves Approx. 215 Taxing Units.