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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.


1. Benefits

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


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.

3. How to Apply

  1. Download the Seniors Education Property Tax Deferral Program Application Form and the Non Resident Borrower Form.
  2. Complete the Application Form.
  3. Email the completed form and required documents to or mail them to:

    Seniors Education Property Tax Deferral Program
    Saskatchewan Housing Corporation
    11th Floor, 1920 Broad Street
    REGINA SK  S4P 3V6

    OR apply in person at 1920 Broad Street.

    Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays.

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