Can I get full homestead with a relative as a co-owner?


According to Minnesota Statute 273.124 (g) …..

(g) If an individual is purchasing property with the intent of claiming it as a homestead and is required by the terms of the financing agreement to have a relative shown on the deed as a co-owner, the assessor shall allow a full homestead classification. This provision only applies to first-time purchasers, whether married or single, or to a person who had previously been married and is purchasing as a single individual for the first time. The application for homestead benefits must be on a form prescribed by the commissioner and must contain the data necessary for the assessor to determine if full homestead benefits are warranted.

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1. What is homestead?
2. What is relative homestead?
3. What is a fractional homestead?
4. What qualifies me for homestead?
5. Can I have more than one homestead?
6. Can I get full homestead with a relative as a co-owner?
7. When do I have to apply by?
8. Do I need to do this every year?
9. Where can I find my property ID?
10. Do I need to enter the "R" or hyphens in my property ID?
11. Do I need to include my spouse? Children?
12. Do I need to upload/attach anything to the homestead application?
13. Why won't the application let me move to the next screen?
14. Why am I getting a letter from the Minnesota Department of Revenue?