The Williamson Act And Your Property Taxes In San Luis Obispo County

Dated: 04/18/2016

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The California Land Conservation Act of 1965, or better known as The Williamson Act was passed by the California legislature to help preserve agricultural land parcels and other open space lands. The intent of the act was to slow the loss of prime agricultural land and to preserve open spaces for future generations of Californians. The Williamson Act authorizes both local governments and property owners to commit land to specific uses, for twenty years or more, under a binding contract. 

I can help you if you are in the market for properties that could fall under the Williamson Act. SLO County has long been an agricultural area and we have a number of properties that are currently under the Act or could qualify throughout The Central Coast.

For more information and FAQ's on the Williamson Act -click here.

To search for SLO County Land Parcels - click here. 

Ken Bryant is a Real Estate Broker with REMAX Parkside in Paso Robles, California. He’s passionate about earning the trust of his clients and helping them find the right home or property. Ken is a 5 Star Zillow Premier Agent and is recognized by the National Association of Realtors as a Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource. In addition to working with individuals and families, Ken specializes in vineyard, hospitality, and investment properties.

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Ken Bryant

My name is Ken Bryant and I’d like to take a moment to tell you a little about myself. I’m a Realtor® with REMAX Parkside Real Estate in Paso Robles, California. I began my real estate career....

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