Form Cr-Scd - Property Tax Deferral For Senior Citizens

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Property Tax Deferral for Senior Citizens
Important: Participation in this program is voluntary. If you participate, a tax lien will be placed on your property. This lien must be
satisfied when your property is sold. In the event of your death, your heirs must satisfy the lien before they can acquire clear title.
Read the instructions on the back carefully before completing this application.
Homeowners with a reverse mortgage do not qualify to participate in this program.
Your Name
Social Security number
Date of Birth
Spouse’s Name
Social Security number
Date of Birth
Mailing Address
ZIP code
Year property was purchased
Last year’s total household income
Parcel ID number from tax statement
Estimated market value
Is property currently classified
Year homestead was established
(from Notice
as homestead?
of Real Estate Value or tax statement)
Legal description of property:
Is your property:
The information on this application is correct to the best of my knowledge.
Applicant’s Signature
Daytime Phone
Spouse’s Signature
Daytime Phone
You must attach the following to this application:
1. A copy of this year’s property tax statement.
2. A report detailing any mortgages, liens or judgments on the property.
• For “Torrens” property, the report is a copy of the original certificate of title, which is available from your county
recorder (sometimes referred to as a “Certificate of Title”). The certificate must be dated within 30 days of your
• For abstract property, the report is prepared by a licensed abstracter showing the last deed recorded and any
unsatisfied liens or judgments (sometimes referred to as an “owners and encumbrances report”). The report must be
dated within 30 days of your application.
If you don’t know what kind of property you have, contact your county recorder.
Mail your completed application with the attachments listed above to:
Minnesota Revenue
Mail Station 3340
St. Paul, MN 55146-3340
(Rev. 7/17)


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