Appeal Property Tax in Texas – Protest deadline May 31
April and May are important months for homeowners seeking to minimize their taxes by filing a property tax appeal.
- The appraisal district values will be completely released throughout the month of April.
- Property tax protests must be submitted by May 31.
Find out if you have a case for lower property taxes by checking your 2014 assessed value using our Assessment Evaluator.
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How to appeal property tax assessments at your Appraisal District:
- Property Tax ProtestÂ in Sugar Land and Katy (Fort Bend County – Appeal FBCAD)
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- Property Tax ProtestÂ in Galveston and Kemah (Appeal Galveston County)
- Property Tax ProtestÂ in Pearland and Friendswood (Brazoria County – Appeal BCAD)
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