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Seniors Education Property Tax Deferral Program

The Seniors Education Property Tax Deferral Program provides eligible applicants with a repayable loan for the education property taxes for their principal residence.
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1. Benefits

This program helps seniors with their costs of living by providing a repayable loan for the education property taxes on their home.

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2. Eligibility

To be eligible for the program, applicant(s) must:

  • be 65 years old or older in the current calendar year;
  • own and occupy their home as their principal residence in Saskatchewan;
  • have a total household income below $70,000 per year;
  • maintain a minimum of 25 per cent equity in their home;
  • have no writs or liens on the title of their home;
  • have or be able to get all-risk property insurance for their home; and
  • be in good standing (have no arrears, etc.) with Saskatchewan Housing Corporation and their municipality.

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3. How to Apply

  1. Download the Seniors Education Property Tax Deferral Program Application Form.
  2. Complete the Application Form.
  3. Email the completed form and required documents to repairstaff@gov.sk.ca or mail them to:

Seniors Education Property Tax Deferral Program
Saskatchewan Housing Corporation
11th Floor, 1920 Broad Street

REGINA SK  S4P 3V6

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4. Apply

  1. Download the Seniors Education Property Tax Deferral Program Application Form
  2. Download the Seniors Education Property Tax Deferral Program Non-Resident Borrower Form

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5. Further Information

Call Saskatchewan Housing Corporation toll-free at 1-800-667-7567.

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