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Homestead Tax Credit

Homestead Tax Credit

To Apply:

Applications can be made in person or online by way of the tax credit links at the bottom of a property report.

  • To apply online, use the parcel/property search to pull up your property record
  • On the report, scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Scott County Tax Credit Applications
  • Click on the appropriate credit, in this case the Homestead Tax Credit
  • Fill out and digitally sign the form, and click “Save”
  • Optionally email yourself and/or download a copy
  • "Submit Application" and the application will be to sent directly to the Assessor’s Office

New applications for homestead tax credit are to be filed with the Assessor on or before July 1 of the year the credit is first claimed.

Once a person qualifies, the credit continues until the property is sold or until the owner no longer qualifies.

To Qualify:

The property owner must be a resident of Iowa (pay Iowa income tax) and occupy the property on July 1 and for at least six months of every year.

What is the Credit?

The Homestead Credit is calculated by dividing the homestead credit value by 1,000 and multiplying by the Consolidated Tax Levy Rate.

That amount may then be reduced by the county to the same amount at which the State of Iowa has approved funding. (Refer to Code of Iowa, Chapter 425)

Contact the Scott County Asessor's Office or Davenport City Assessors’ Office for additional information.

Find more information at: https://tax.iowa.gov/property-tax-credits-and-exemptions

News & Notices

DATE: Monday, May 13, 2019 TO: All Scott County, Iowa Property Owners RE: Board of Review – Extended Session – Federal Disaster Area Due to the recent record-setting flooding, on Saturday, May 10, 2019, the federal government declared Scott County, Iowa a federal disaster area. Per Iowa Code 441.37...
Posted: May 13, 2019