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Free workshop from Office of the Assessor: Tax Savings for Homeowners

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DATE:                    Sunday, January 28th

TIME:                    1:00 – 3:00 PM

LOCATION:         SF Public Library, Main Library, Latino/Hispanic Room (basement level)

                                100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

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The SF City agency called the Office of the Assessor-Recorder has information and programs relevant to property taxation and house-buying. This is the first in a series of posts SNA will be publishing with information posts directly from this agency, which may help you better understand this aspect of homeownership and possibly save you money on your property tax bill. 

From the Office of Assessor Carmen Chu: Tax Savings for Homeowners

If you own and occupy your property as a primary residence, you may be eligible for a Homeowner’s Exemption. The Homeowner’s Exemption is a $7,000 deduction from your assessed value, not from your property tax due. For example, if you qualify for the exemption, your assessed value of $700,000 will be reduced to $693,000 ($700,000-$7,000) and you should expect to save $ 82.54.

If you are eligible and do not see an exemption amount on your tax bill, please download the Homeowner’s Exemption Claim form from our website ( (more…)

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The Office of San Francisco Assessor-Recorder is offering a free day of financial workshops and counseling with experts at City College Multi-use Building on Saturday Sept 30. To learn more and to register:

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Do you have questions about estate planning and someday passing your property to your family and loved ones?  Are you interested in builidng your family’s assets and looking for advice on where to begin? Come check out our free educational forum!

At the Assessor’s Office, we understand your home can be your biggest asset in life, but laws around inheriting properties can be complicated.  It is never too early to start planning!

Come join our free Family Wealth Forum to find out what you need to know about estate planning, along with tips and skills to help build your family’s wealth.  Estate planners,

To learn more and to register:


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