If you are considering moving to Kaufman County Texas Homes on Acreage, you need to know what properties qualify for the coveted Agricultural Exemption.
You should know that to qualify for an Agricultural Exemption in Kaufman County, it would depend on what your intentions are for the land. According to Robert Fletcher of the Kaufman County Appraisal district, the minimum for property size to qualify for an Agricultural Exemption is 10 acres for cattle, 15 acres for hay and 15 acres for crops. So keep that in mind when you are purchasing your Kaufman County Homes on Acreage.
If you're lucky, the land that you purchase will probably already have an Agricultural Exemption, if it was initially deemed so by the previous owners. However, if the property does not have an Agricultural Exemption and you wish to convert the property to one that qualifies, then you should be aware that there is a roll-back period of five years and also ensure that you decide upon the uses of the land before you purchase.
So if you're considering purchasing a great piece of land in the country and would like more information about Kaufman County Homes on Acreage, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are local Real Estate Professionals ready to make your move to the country simple and enjoyable.