In Nov 2018 voters approved the following amendment impacting property taxes:

Florida Amendment 2, the Permanent Cap on Nonhomestead Parcel Assessment Increases Amendment

Amendment 2  now makes permanent the cap of 10 percent on annual nonhomestead parcel assessment increases which was set to expire on January 1, 2019. The cap does not apply to school district taxes. Voters approved the cap in 2008, when 64 percent voted to pass Amendment 1.[2]

Properties considered nonhomestead parcels include nonhomestead residential properties, such as second homes and rental apartments, and nonresidential property, such as commercial property and vacant land.

For more information regarding the Amendments above, contact the Customer Service/Exemptions Division at (904) 630-2020.