Bailey County Property Tax Loans

Property Taxes in Texas are always on the rise, and it’s no surprise that homeowners often find themselves having a difficult time covering their high annual home tax bills. With an average home tax rate of 1.81%, Texas property taxes are some of the highest in the U.S., so if you’re struggling with a high property tax bill, you are not alone. At Home Tax Solutions, we offer property tax loans that allow Texas homeowners to break free from the debt associated with delinquent property taxes and get back on track. If you’re interested in getting started with a property tax loan in Bailey Bounty, simply complete our online property tax loan application. One of our knowledgeable loan team members will be in touch soon to talk about the details. 

The Home Tax Solutions Loan Process in Bailey County

Bailey County is located on the New Mexico border and is far out from our Home Tax Solutions offices. Our Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex headquarter office is the closest location for Bailey County residents. You can get started working with us online from the comfort of home by completing the application form linked above. You can also call our Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex home tax loan team at (214) 431-4043. If you happen to be in the area, don’t hesitate to stop by and see us. Our office is located at 4849 Greenville Avenue, Suite 160; Dallas, TX 75206.

About Bailey County 

Baily County, with a population of just over 7,000, is one of the smallest counties in the state. It’s named for Peter James Bailey who fought in the battle of the Alamo. It was established in 1876 when the Texas Legislature broke up the very large Bexar County, which once covered most of the western half of the state, into smaller counties. The Bailey County seat is Muleshoe, and it is the only city in Bexar County. The rest of the county is comprised of unincorporated communities and one ghost town. The average property tax rate is just 1.53%, but residents of the county seat, Muleshoe, pay 3.03%. The deceptively low average is due to the large number of unincorporated communities where residents don’t owe taxes to many of the taxing districts. 

Bailey County Resources 

If you want to find out more about property taxes and other tax and residency information for Bailey County, we invite you to explore some of the following resources:

Bailey County, Texas Homepage

This government site connects Bailey County residents, homeowners, and visitors to important information and resources they may need, including pertinent tax information.

Office of Bailey County District Clerk

The Bailey County District Clerk helps residents find information on costs and fees, government agencies, records and documents, and forms that may be necessary to learn more about your property taxes.

Bailey County Appraisal District

The Bailey County Appraisal District website gives residents access to resources they may need for property valuation, disaster appraisals, and other solutions.

Bailey County Tax Office

If you have questions about your property taxes, fees, or deadlines, the Bailey County Tax Office will give you access to the information you need.

Office of Bailey County District Attorney

The Bailey County District Attorney’s office may have relevant information about changes in tax law, public service announcements, and other information you may need about ever-changing property taxes.

Cities in Bailey County

  • Muleshoe (county seat)
  • Bula (unincorporated community)
  • Circle Back (unincorporated community)
  • Enochs (unincorporated community)
  • Maple (unincorporated community)
  • Needmore (unincorporated community)
  • Virginia City (ghost town)