Appeal Property Taxes in Texas
Texas Property Tax Appraisals Increase in 2014
Property Taxes in Houston increased for about 30% of homeowners last year. Â We are expecting 2014 to be much different, with about 80% of homeowners receiving a Notice of Appraised Value increase. We predict these increasing values to generate more property tax appeals, since many property owners may disagree with the appraisal district’s increased value.
Should you protest your property taxes?
So you might wonder, Â “Should I protest my property taxes?” Â It can be difficult to know if appealing your property taxes is likely to be successful.
Our free property assessment evaluator can help you with this decision. It lets you know if your home assessment is fair by giving you a “Protest / No Protest” decision based the availability of evidence that indicates you could lower lower your property taxes by filing an appeal.
Check your mailbox this March and April for the arrival of your property appraisal notice. If your tax assessment increased, use our property assessment evaluator to find out if appealing your taxes might be a good option for you.
Check out these links for moreÂ help protesting property tax:
- Property tax protest evidence – Learn about the documentation that gets you property tax relief
- 3 Step Strategy for lower Houston real estate taxes
- HCAD Property Tax Protest Statistics