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House Bill (S)

DIGEST

Property tax matters. Provides that if a for-profit land developer acquires land in inventory from a school corporation or a local unit of government, the land in inventory shall be assessed as agricultural land at the agricultural land base rate on the first assessment date immediately following the date on which the land developer acquires title to the land in inventory, and thereafter the land in inventory is subject to the usual provisions for reassessment of a land developer's land in inventory. Restores the property tax exemption for certain real property that is acquired for the purpose of erecting, renovating, Property tax matters. Provides that if a for-profit land developer acquires land in inventory from a school corporation or a local unit of government, the land in inventory shall be assessed as agricultural land at the agricultural land base rate on the first assessment date immediately following the date on which the land developer acquires title to the land in inventory, and thereafter the land in inventory is subject to the usual provisions for reassessment of a land developer's land in inventory. Restores the property tax exemption for certain real property that is acquired for the purpose of erecting, renovating, or improving a single family residential structure that is to be given away or sold: (1) in a charitable manner; (2) by a nonprofit organization; and (3) to low income individuals who will use the land as a family residence. Provides a property tax exemption for assessment dates occurring after December 31, 2016, for certain property owned by an Indiana nonprofit public benefit corporation exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code if: (1) the property is used in the operation of a nonprofit health, fitness, aquatics, and community center; and (2) the acquisition and development of the property are provided in part under the regional cities initiative of the Indiana economic development corporation. Allows a refund for any property taxes paid in 2018 and 2019 for property that qualifies for the exemption. ... View more