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In Texas - if you own two homes - will both qualify for an exemption if you claim one property and your spouse claims the other?

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Not Usually Possible The homestead exemption is applicable only to the primary residence. So the only way you and your spouse could claim different homes is if you are separated and have different primary residences.
  • Texas is a community property state. Unless one of the properties was acquired before the marriage then they cannot be separated either for taxation or as a homestead declaration.
Or as noted, perhaps in a legal separation and definitely in a divorce unless the issue pertains to a creditor judgment.
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