Oklahoma provides partial or full exemptions from ad valorem taxes for various categories of homeowners.
- All homesteads (a person’s primary residence) are exempted $1,000 of the assessed value.
- Households with gross income under $20,000 are entitled to an additional $1,000 homestead exemption.
- Property values are frozen for seniors whose income is at or below the median of their county or metropolitan area. In July 2022, three Republican House members announced an initiative petition drive (SQ 822) that would freeze property values for all seniors regardless of income.
- Seniors with income below $12,000 may claim a credit against income tax in the amount that their property tax exceeds 1 percent of total income, up to $200.
- Seniors with income under $10,000 who reside in manufactured homes are allowed a $2,000 exemption.
- An honorably discharged veteran who is 100 percent disabled, or a surviving spouse of a veteran killed while in active duty, is fully exempted from ad valorem taxes for his or her homestead.