The Property ID and the CAMA ID are designed to link the DOR’s Veteran Exemption program back to RealWare. To make this happen, the Assessor will need to use the RealWare Account number.
Please note, many of the RealWare account numbers in use will undoubtedly be duplicated across county jurisdictions. It is important that the county posting the claim ensure that the County of Residence field and the CAMA Account Number information are set correctly.
In those cases where a veteran’s primary residence is a titled mobile home in which the taxpayer owns the land, the DOR recommends that whenever possible the claim should be made against the real property. In those cases where this is not practical, the Assessor can split the claim between the real and the mobile home account.
Two things need to occur; 1.) On the veteran’s main entry screen, the CAMA Account Number should include the RealWare account number for both the R and M accounts. 2.) On the real property screen in the claims area, you will have two claims for the same year, one for the R account and one for the M account. The account number should be correctly noted in the CAMA Account Number field.
Again, regardless of how the claim is entered, the County of Residence field must be set correctly to make the link back to RealWare.