Please note: Our offices will be closed on Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day.

We are now accepting 2016 returns through the Tangible E-file System:
Tangible E-file link   •   Download the printable form and return it to us

If you missed the March 1 deadline to file for a 2016 Homestead exemption, personal exemption or portability, Florida law allows our office to accept late applications. Late filers may apply for these until early September.
This deadline will be 25 days after the mailing of the Notices of Proposed Property Taxes
For Homestead Exemption, file online   •   Download the printable form and return it to us   •   In person by visiting one of our five locations

Meet Your Appraiser

A fifth-generation Floridian, Bob was born and raised in Tampa and his great grandfather, Enrique Henriquez, was the last mayor of West Tampa...

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Important News

Florida DOR caps assessed value of Homestead properties at 0.7 percent 
MPA -- The 2016 limit for assessment value increases of Homestead property has been released by the Florida Department of Revenue (FDOR) and once again, there’s good news for the state’s homeowners. ... Read More
Henriquez Earns Certified Florida Appraiser Designation 
In less than three years on the job, Hillsborough County Property Appraiser Bob Henriquez has earned his Certified Florida Appraiser (CFA) designation. Henriquez, who took the reins of the HCPA in January, 2013, received the title after meeting all standards ... Read More
Property Fraud Alert Service 
Property Fraud Alert is a free service to help you protect your real estate property from fraud by monitoring the documents being recorded in the Official Records of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. ... Read More
HCPA Recognized with International "Digital Government" Award 
Hillsborough County Property Appraiser Bob Henriquez and his office have received an international award for the HCPA’s cutting-edge desktop appraisal system, Henriquez announced today... Read More
HCPA Initiates Cutting-Edge Desktop Appraising Program
For the 2014-15 tax roll, Hillsborough County Property Appraiser Bob Henriquez has implemented a cutting-edge desktop appraisal software system that is already saving taxpayers thousands of dollars in assessment and property review costs while potentially adding millions of dollars in revenue for county and city budgets in the coming years. Click Here To Learn More

HCPA "Going Green" With Hybrid Fleet
With one eye focused on saving taxpayer dollars and the other trained on social responsibility, Hillsborough County Property Appraiser Bob Henriquez announced today his office is "Going Green" by replacing the majority of its fleet with gas-electric hybrid vehicles. Click Here To Learn More

HCPA Issuing Warning Letter to Those Filing Adverse Possession Claims
In an effort to mitigate the ongoing misuse of the state's adverse possession law, Hillsborough County Property Appraiser Bob Henriquez and his staff will now be issuing written warnings to anyone filing claims to properties within the county. Click Here To Learn More
HCPA Welcomes 2014 Summer High School Interns
For the second straight year, the HCPA is hosting a summer internship program, where several local high school students can get valuable experience learning all about how their local government functions, we well as operations at the HCPA. Click Here To Learn More
HCPA Recognized Internationally For Excellence
The Hillsborough County Property Appraiser’s office has become just the 25th jurisdiction in the United States to earn the International Association of Assessing Officers’ (IAAO) prestigious Certificate of Excellence in Assessment Administration (CEAA) award. Click Here To Learn More

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15th Floor County Center 
601 E. Kennedy Boulevard 
Tampa, Florida 33602-4932
Open 8:00am - 5:00pm / Monday - Friday

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Phone: (813) 272-6100
Fax: (813) 272-5519
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The Hillsborough County Property Appraiser is an elected official charged with the duty and responsibility to appraise all of the property in the County. This includes real estate and tangible personal property (the equipment, machinery and fixtures) of businesses. 


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