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Do I have to re-file my exemptions if I refinance?
You will need to come in and re-file a mortgage exemption when you refinance. It is best to wait at least three weeks after you close on the new mortgage before coming in; this is to give the mortgage company time to record the new mortgage with the county recorder’s office. All other exemptions will stay on the property unless you move or change the owner’s name.

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1. What is the transfer fee when transferring a deed?
2. Do I have to re-file my exemptions if I refinance?
3. Is there a deadline for filing exemptions?
4. Do I need to inform the auditor’s office when I pay off a mortgage?
5. The assessed value of my property is too high, what should I do?

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