Texas property taxes, 1.81% of a home’s value on average, are among the highest in the U.S., so homeowners often find themselves struggling to cover the cost of annual property tax bills. Falling behind on property taxes can get expensive fast as late payment penalties and fees quickly rise. If you find yourself having a tough time covering the high costs associated with property taxes in the state of Texas, the Home Tax Solutions team can help. Our knowledgeable team members offer affordable property tax loan options that will allow you to break free from the cycle of delinquent property tax debt. When you’re ready to find out more, you can get started applying for a property tax loan in Bandera County by filling out our simple online form. When we receive your property tax loan request, one of our friendly team members will be in touch soon to help you finalize the process.
The Home Tax Solutions Loan Process in Bandera County
Bandera County, known as the Cowboy Capital of the World is located in south central Texas and is part of the San Antonio-New Braunfels Metropolitan Statistical Area. Residents of Bandera County will work with the Home Tax Solutions team in our San Antonio office location. You can get started working with us anytime you want by filling out the online form linked above. You can also call to speak with one of our team members directly at (210) 996-2082. If you’re in the area, don’t hesitate to stop by our office located at 6953 Alamo Downs Parkway; San Antonio, TX 78238.
About Bandera County
Bandera County was established in 1856 by the Texas Legislature from parts of the larger Uvalde and Bexar counties. The county is named after the Bandera Pass. The county, county seat Bandera, and Bandera Pass all derive their names from the Spanish word for flag. Bandera is the only city in Bandera County. The rest of the county is made up of census-designated places and unincorporated communities. The average property tax rate in Bandera County is just 1.17%, but in the county seat, Bandera, residents pay 2.27% of their home’s value on average in property taxes. The lower overall average is attributed to the number of unincorporated communities and census-designated areas that don’t pay taxes to as many taxing districts.
Bandera County Resources
If you want to find out more about property taxes and other tax and residency information for Bandera County, we invite you to explore some of the following resources:
Bandera County, Texas Homepage
This government site connects Bandera County residents, homeowners, and visitors to important information and resources they may need, including pertinent tax information.
Office of Bandera County District Clerk
The Bandera 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.
Bandera County Appraisal District
The Bandera County Appraisal District website gives residents access to resources they may need for property valuation, disaster appraisals, and other solutions.
Bandera County Tax Office
If you have questions about your property taxes, fees, or deadlines, the Bandera County Tax Office will give you access to the information you need.
Office of Bandera County District Attorney
The Bandera 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 Bandera County
- Bandera (county seat)
- Bandera Falls (unincorporated community)
- Lake Medina Shores (partly in Medina County – census-designated place)
- Lakehills (largest community – census-designated place)
- Medina (unincorporated community)
- Pipe Creek (unincorporated community)
- Tarpley (unincorporated community)
- Vanderpool (unincorporated community)