Retroactive Home Owner Grant
The home owner grant may be available retroactively if you qualified last year and didn’t apply.
You may qualify as a homeowner who is:
- Under 65 years of age
- A senior
- A veteran
- A person with disabilities
- Living with a spouse or relative with disabilities
- A spouse or relative of a deceased owner
You can apply for last year’s home owner grant retroactively if you meet the following requirements:
- You qualified for the grant on December 31st of last year
- You’re still the registered owner of the property
- You paid last year's property taxes, if last year's property taxes have been paid
Anyone with your permission can apply on your behalf.
Apply for Your Retroactive Grant
Your application must be received by December 31st of the current year to claim last year’s home owner grant. To apply you need to complete a Retroactive Home Owner Grant Application (FIN 92) (PDF) or, if your property is located in a rural area, complete your Retroactive Home Owner Grant online. You may be required to submit additional documentation to establish your eligibility.
Submit Your Retroactive Grant Application
Your retroactive home owner grant application must be sent to the municipal or provincial office that sent your property tax notice. You can submit your application using one of the following options:
If your property is located in a rural area, you can submit your Retroactive Home Owner Grant Application online.
If your property is located in a municipality, you may be able to apply retroactively online through them. Contact your municipality to find out.
Send your retroactive application and required documentation by mail to the address provided on your property tax notice.
If your property is located in a municipality, you can drop off your completed retroactive application at the location listed on your property tax notice. For more information, contact your municipality.