Deadline to File a Protest for 2016 is May 31
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There are numerous steps in appealing your property’s value for any given year, this is the condensed version:
- File a written protest by June 1st with the Appraisal District
- Research Appraisal District records, review their data to understand how your property is classified
- Research Appraisal District Records to obtain sales comparables and equity comparables in your Appraisal District Neighborhood
- Prepare a presentation appropriately adjusting the comparables
- Travel to the Appraisal District, wait in hall (sometimes for hours) to be called for your informal meeting with Appraisal District staff
- If an agreement was not reached informally, travel back to the Appraisal District to attend your Formal hearing, under oath, in front of the Appraisal Review Board
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Yes, Property Tax Consultants are knowledgeable of the property tax appeal process and procedures. You would hire a tax consultant the same reason you would hire an accountant for your tax returns or an attorney for a lawsuit; you want a professional who has intimate knowledge of tax laws and appraisal district procedures/information. Texas Protax agents have over 200 years of combined experience in the property tax field.Read More
I believe the market value of my property is higher than the appraised value from the Appraisal District, why should I protest?
Another option exists to protest value: unequal appraisal. A qualified property tax professional can help determine if your property is unequally valued to similar properties. A significant percentage of Texas Protax successful appeals are based on equity which does not involve market value.
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