Disabled Veterans Exclusion

 
 

​Disabled Veterans Exclusion Applications:

Market Value Exclusion on Homestead of Disabled Veterans with 70 Percent or More Disability (144 KB)

Market Value Exclusion on Homestead of Disabled Veterans with Total and Permanent Disability (151 KB)

Homestead Market Value Exclusion for Surviving Spouses of Disabled Veterans or Service Members Who Have Died While Serving Honorably in Active Service (125 KB)

Market Value Exclusion on Homestead of Disabled Veteran's Primary Caregiver (190 KB)

What is the Disabled Veterans Exclusion?

This program provides a market value exclusion for property tax purposes for the homestead property of an honorably discharged veteran who has a service-connected disability rating of 70 percent or higher, as determined by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

NOTE: The annual verification letter from the Veteran's Administration must accompany the application.

When and How to Apply

You should apply for the market value exclusion as soon as you received notification from the Veteran's Administration. Applications are due by July 1.

Applying

There are two ways to apply: in person, or by mail.

Applying in person

You can apply by visiting the Property Records & Licensing office on the first floor of the Government Center located at: 151 4 Street SE, Rochester, MN 55904

Applying by mail

You can apply by mail by completing the Application form and sending it along with the necessary documentation to the following address:
Property Records & Licensing 151 4 Street SE, Rochester, MN 55904