Collin County – Hey there, I’m Mike Acquisto, real estate broker and co-owner with Acquisto Real estate. And when do I need to file an ad exemption? This is your paper right here that you need. And there’s a bunch of different pages. When do you need to file? We’re going to answer that question here for you in just a second.

And we’re going to give you a couple of other things. We’re going to give you the deadline. Where do I get the forms? What do I need to do? And more. So let’s start the topic at the first at the top, and the first thing you want to know is when. So the answer is the last day of this month. Right. So we’re currently in April. So the last day of April is when you need to file the exemption for your property if you owned it on January 1st of that year. So if you closed after it, it’ll be the following year.

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That ag exemption is going to carry over from the previous property owner if you had one in place and you’ll be able to apply for it as this as of that the next following year. So

if you have purchased property this calendar year, you will not be required to file your ag exemption until after the first of the year and before the 31st of April. That’s when you will need to fill all this special paperwork out and get it into them. They don’t like it early, so I call them up Nosik. Hey, can I turn it in early and are like, no, let’s not do that. So they want to they send it out to you next year. It’s kind of like the homestead exemption that you can file it as of the owner of that 1st of January.

So that’s when that happens. Where do I get the forms? So you’re going to get the forms online at Callon CAG, we’re going to give you the exact link and split screen and kind of show you what’s going on here. So all you’re going to do is go over to the agricultural and special uses on the right, and then you’re going to go down and click on that tab. It kind of looks like a folder on your left to scroll down just a little bit. Presidential exemptions and then agricultural special use exemptions. It has three files in it. So you’ll click right there. And then down inside there, there’s going to be this form that you’ll be able to download.

So I don’t know. It’s a handful of pages. It feels like there’s several things to fill out, save some time to fill the form out. And I don’t think it’s all that complex. We have previously gone over some different topics as it relates to this, that you can ensure that you do it correctly with the right intensity. See episodes by Dr. Blake Bennett, who came in and showed us discuss what intensity is for farming or using an agricultural use and applicable uses. We’ve discussed different things from haying fields to putting livestock on and to putting bees on your property and different items like that.

So those are all different items that we have covered as it relates to ag exemptions and how to fill them out. Well, you’re going to read and then you’re going to fill in the blank. And then you send it in. That’s how you fill it out. There you go. That covers this topic. Best of luck if you need anything else. We’re always here. We’re always happy to help you. Have a great day.

Episode Recorded Live on YouTube 4.21.21

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