Florida Needs the Non-Homestead Property Tax Cap

Florida voters must protect the 10% non-homestead property tax cap they approved in 2008 by passing a constitutional amendment in 2018. If this constitutional amendment does not pass, the 10% cap will expire in 2019, leaving business owners and second home owners in jeopardy. Prior to the 10 percent cap, if the value of a business owner's property increased significantly compared to the previous year, they could see their property tax bill skyrocket. Owners of investment homes also faced property tax hikes, which could result in higher rents.

Passing the constitutional amendment will protect Florida taxpayers and families from potential higher costs. It will also help businesses grow and become more profitable.

Voters Potentially Affected: 690,893

Properties Potentially Affected: 5,074,149


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