When you visit the Home Tax Solutions website, you’ll see a promise prominently displayed on our front page – “Helping Texans keep their property. That’s our business.” When the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hit, we knew our promise to Texas homeowners had never been more important. Many people are struggling financially right now, and if your property tax bill was already overdue, those late payment penalties are now headed through the roof. Don’t panic. Don’t start skipping your monthly obligations just to catch up on property taxes. Instead, call the Home Tax Solutions team. We have always been committed to helping Texans who are struggling to pay their ever-rising property taxes find a way to stay in their homes, and that’s still our goal today.
Late Payment Property Tax
It’s Not Too Late! Prioritize Your Property Tax Payment & Stay in Your Home
July was a big month for delinquent property tax fees. Your property tax bill is due on January 31. On February 1, a 6% penalty and 1% interest are assessed. Each month, an additional 1% penalty and 1% interest are added to the outstanding balance. That means by this month, you will owe an additional 18% on top of your original bill. On July 1, your taxing authority may also assess an additional penalty for legal fees up to 15% of the outstanding bill. If the taxing authority intends to take legal action and assess these fees, you will be notified in writing. That means you may owe as much as 33% in late payment penalties, interest, and fees on July 1. If this is your situation, it’s time to contact the Home Tax Solutions team to get out of this endless cycle of additional delinquency fees before you’re completely overwhelmed or the state pursues actions to remove you from your home. We offer reasonable interest rates on our property tax loans, so you can start getting out of home tax debt and start planning and budgeting for your happy future in the home you love.
Struggling with Bills During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Many homeowners are in the habit of paying off their property taxes with an annual or quarterly bonus, but these probably won’t be coming this year or next year for a lot of professionals, business owners and work colleagues. Others, who have been laid off or furloughed, are struggling to keep the lights on at home. Thus, they’ve made the decision to pay utility bills, medical bills and food instead of their property taxes. If you’re watching your property tax bill going up, but the money you usually use to pay that bill isn’t coming in, the Home Tax Solutions team can help. Please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Let the Home Tax Solutions Team Help!
We know that the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic is stressful and frightening for everyone in United States and around the world. Texans are not exempt from this stress. If help with your property tax bill could help to alleviate some of that stress, please reach out to the Home Tax Solutions team. We offer low interest rate property tax loans to help you get out of the endless cycle of debt homeowners often find themselves trapped in after getting behind on property tax payments. Best of all, there is no payment due at signing, and for qualified applicants, we can offer payment deferrals for up to a year. Get property tax relief today. Contact Home Tax Solutions. Our knowledgeable property tax loan professionals service all 254 Texas counties, so we’re to help wherever you call home.