In 1972, the General Assembly passed the Homestead Exemption Law, which provided property tax relief for South Carolinians age sixty-five, the blind, or the disabled. Since that time, the Comptroller General's Office has reimbursed over 545 million dollars for property tax relief through this worthy program.
How the Homestead Exemption Program Can Reduce Your Bill
Please note: This guide is provided as a general information tool and does not attempt to cover the entire Homestead Exemption law. Your County Auditor and The Comptroller General's Office will be happy to assist you with further questions.