This page is regularly updated as we are made aware of state level changes from our Vetted VA Pros.
As a Veteran of the United States Armed Forces you are already in an elite class of Heroes that have selflessly made sacrifices for our Country.
Many of our Veterans continue to make these sacrifices when service related disabilities are involved. In this instance the stigma around the word “disability” should not be seen as a negative; instead it should be understood that the benefits acknowledged are just a small mark of appreciation and recognition for the sacrifices given to serve the country.
Veterans with a service-connected disability rating of 10% or more are eligible to have the VA funding fee waived when using your home loan benefit to buy a primary residence. Being able to waive your funding fee when buying a home using your VA home loan benefit can add up to thousands of dollars of savings in most cases.
What many Disabled Veterans are not aware of is that most states also offer Disabled Veterans a Property Tax Exemption. Vetted VA has scoured the Country to compile this list of all the states that offer a Disabled Veteran Property Tax Exemption. To the best of our knowledge, these programs are available and up to date as of the publishing of this article.
In some cases, Colorado for instance, we could not find a State-wide property tax exemption specifically for Veterans, however we were able to find Counties that offer property tax exemptions. Always check your County for any special programs.
If you find that your State does not specifically offer a Veterans property tax exemption, there is almost always a total disability homestead exemption. Another resource is available here: My Army Benefits.
When possible, we are including the official text of the actual exemption so that you have the most accurate information available to pursue more information from the State or County.