Free To File Homestead Exemption

Free To File Homestead Exemption











Submitting an application is free although you may receive correspondence from a third party indicating they will file the Homestead application for a fee.  The  Williamson Central Appraisal District does not charge for exemption applications. 

To ensure you are on the correct website check for the WCAD logo as seen above.  For instructions on how to file a homestead exemption, click here. For more general information about the homestead application and its exemption, you can click here.




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