Benefits for Disable NYC Homeowner

 

Disabled Homeowners’ Tax Exemption (DHE) in NYC

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New York Citys DHE – Disabled Homeowners Tax Exemption benefit provides a property tax exemption to disabled NYC owners of 1,2,3 family homes, co-ops and condominiums.  The property must be the primary home of the person/persons applying for the exemption- note if the person is receiving health care related service as an inpatient of a residential health care facility the applicant property may still qualify for eligibility.  There is an income limit of $37,399.  If you are a disabled homeowner- or a care giver visit Disabled benefits for NYC Homeowners   for more details regarding the Disabled Homeowners Tax Exemption in NYC.

 

 

 

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Michele Cadogan is a Brooklyn NY real estate professional . She makes the process of buying, renting and selling real estate in Brooklyn a good experience. A long time Flatbush Brooklyn resident, she has a tremendous appreciation of the borough, its great history and its diverse communities. With a degree in Political Science and Economics she brings a balance perspective to the your real estate experience. Truly a professional in a people oriented business. When looking for a real estate agent in Brooklyn to help you buy or sell a home in Brooklyn , call Michele. Michele Cadogan Fillmore Real Estate Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker 917-861-9166 Your Brooklyn Real Estate Professional
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