How is the Primary Exemption figured?
Properties that are granted a primary residence exemption are only taxed on 55% of their market value. Taxes will be figured on the new taxable value (45% less than the market value).

The exemption can only be granted on up to one acre. Any remaining acreage will be taxed at 100% of market value.

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1. My Property is rented long term for most of the year but I rent it nightly for sundance and the ski season, can I still receive the primary exemption?
2. How is the Primary Exemption figured?
3. How do I apply for residency exemptions?
4. How do I know if I am receiveing the exemption or not?
5. Can I get a refund for past years?