The Allen County Auditor's office processes a number of property tax deductions for Allen County homeowners. Applicable property tax deductions are applied to a property owner's property assessment or tax bill and could result in a lower tax bill. Please read below to find out more information.
Apply for Deductions Online or In-Person
While all deduction applications can be submitted in person at our office, you can also apply for the Homestead Deduction / Credit, the Mortgage Deduction, the Over 65 Deduction/Credit, and the Blind or Disabled Deduction online. Follow the links below for all deduction forms and information.
To learn more and apply for specific deductions please select the links below.
|If You Meet These Conditions||You May Be Eligible for This Deduction|
You own a home or are buying on a recorded contract, and use it as your primary place of residence.
You own property or a mobile home or are buying one on a recorded contract, and you are over the age of 65.
|You own property or are buying on a recorded contract, use it as your primary place of residence, and are blind or disabled.|
You are a Disabled Veteran or a Veteran of World War I
You own a home that has a solar energy system or geothermal device.
You are a builder and own a residence that is used as a Model Residence.
You are a builder and own a residence that is not used as a Model Residence but is a Residence in inventory.
For more information about property tax deductions and credits, please select the link:
To remove a deduction you no longer qualify for please email the Auditor's Office.