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Most non-residential property, including personal property, is valued by consideration of the market approach, the cost approach, and the income approach to value. Please see “Property Valuation and Taxation for Business and Industry in Colorado” for additional information regarding non-residential property.
If your protest is denied, you can then file a protest with the County Board of Equalization (CBOE) by the July 15th for Real Property, and July 20th for Personal Property.
This exemption is available to seniors age 65 and older. In order to qualify for this exemption, applicant must have a home on the property which has served as primary residence for ten years prior to January 1 of the year of application. This exemption is also available to a surviving spouse if he/she was legally married to a senior who met all requirements to receive the exemption. The surviving spouse must not be remarried, and the property must serve as primary residence.
Applications for this exemption are available in person and online from Assessor’s Office. Please remember to include a copy of identification (e.g., driver’s license, social security card, etc.) when turning in the application.
This exemption is available to disabled veterans who have served for U.S. Military and sustained a service connected injury making the applicant 100% disabled and being honorably discharged. Applicant must have a home on the property which has served as primary residence for ten years prior January 1 of the year of application. Applications for this exemption are available on the Division of Veterans Affairs website or the Division of Property Taxation’s website.
These applications are also available in person and online from Assessor’s Office, however completed applications must be returned to the Division of Veteran’s Affairs.