Unfortunately, no. The General Homestead Exemption is provided for principal residences occupied by their owners; the current amount of the exemption is $6,000. However, the General Assembly has also required that "Where married persons maintain and reside in separate residences qualifying as homestead property, each residence shall receive 50% of the total reduction in equalized assessed valuation provided by this Section."
Therefore, regardless of whether you have any recorded interest in your husband’s property or whether your husband has any recorded interest in your property, this statute specifically limits the homestead exemption to $3,000 for each property.
If you are a senior, the senior homestead can be applied for both properties if the general homestead is split between the two properties. Only one property could possibly qualify for the senior freeze homestead exemption if all requirements are met.