Q: What’s next on the calendar for the Property Appraiser’s Office?
A: As we finish out the year, I’d like to remind everyone that they have until March 1, 2022 to file for homestead exemption or any other exemption for which they qualify. 

Q: What’s the best way to do this or to contact your office to conduct business?
A: Our website has recently been remodeled for ease of use and citizens can file for all exemptions online. Additionally, our office is open from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday and there is always someone here to help. No appointment is needed. If you call the office, we can do most everything over the phone that could be done in person. If you do need to leave a voice message, our office policy is to return all calls before we leave for the day. I am also always available to help. If you call our office and select option 4 on our automated attendant, it rings directly to me and I answer my own phone.

Q: Do you have anything else to share?
A: I would just like to make sure people know that there are businesses that will contact property owners and charge them a fee for services that our office can provide for free, such as getting copies of a deed, TRIM notice, tax bill, valuation information, zoning, and flood maps. This is all available without charge on our website or by calling our office; we can email you the information or mail it to you or you can print directly from our website. About 97 percent of our data is public information, and there is nothing a company can get for you for a fee that we can’t give you at no charge. 

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Q: What is the best way for our readers to contact you?

A: Our office is located at 4030 Lewis Speedway Ste. 203. It is open Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Also, readers can email me at Eddie@sjcpa.us or call me at (904) 827-5500.

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