The transfer of the principal place of residence between parents and children (and the transfer of up to $1 million of any other real property between parents and children) is excluded from reappraisal if an application is filed timely. Transfers between grandparents and grandchildren may also qualify for this exemption when both parents of the eligible grandchildren are deceased. However, a son-in-law or daughter-in-law of the grandparent that is a stepparent to the grandchild need not be deceased. Some restrictions apply; please contact our office for additional information. For more information see the Assessor’s Parent-Child Exclusion pamphlet.
Note: Currently, our office is waiting on additional information and direction from the State of California Board of Equalization office. Once we receive the additional information regarding these changes, we can better assist with answering any questions you may have regarding the application of the new law.
Online submissions are now available, to apply for Parent to Child Exclusion or Grandparent to Grandchild Exclusion, please click here.
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