Brazos County Property Tax Loans

Paying high property tax bills in the state of Texas can be a strain on just about any budget. Many Texans find themselves behind on their annual property tax payments, and once they’re behind, high fees and interest rates make it difficult to get back on track. If that sounds familiar, it may be time to call Home Tax Solutions. Since we opened our doors, our team of knowledgeable loan and property tax specialists has partnered with Texas homeowners to pay off property tax debt and stay in their homes. If you’re ready to get started, you can complete a simple online application. This form can be filled out in just a few minutes, and it provides our team members with all of the necessary information to start processing your home tax loans with minimal stress. 

The Home Tax Solutions Loan Process in Brazos County

Because of Brazos County’s unique location, either our Houston or Austin office teams will be easily accessible. You can use the simple form to get in touch with our team members, or you can reach out to the office you prefer directly. If you’re closer to the state capital, our Austin team would be happy to help. You can call our Austin office at (512) 212-9396 or visit us at 823 Congress Avenue, Suite 1030; Austin, TX 75206.

If you prefer, our Houston office location is also conveniently located for residents of Brazos County. You can call the Houston Home Tax Solutions team at (281) 940-7436 or visit our office at 9225 Katy Freeway, Suite 110; Houston, TX 77024.

About Brazos County 

Originally part of neighboring Washington County, the Brazos River made accessing the area that is now Brazos County difficult. In 1837, part of Washington County was reformed into Navasota County. In 1843, the county was renamed for the Brazos River. After donating land to the development of Texas A&M University in the 1870s, Brazos County grew in population as more job opportunities opened up. Bryan is the county seat and College Station, home of Texas A&M University, is the largest city. Average property taxes in Brazos County are about 1.88%, which is slightly higher than the statewide average 1.8%. In the county seat, Bryan, homeowners pay and average 2.45% property tax rate. College Station residents pay 2.38% on average. 

Brazos County Resources 

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

Brazos County, Texas Homepage

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

Office of Brazos County District Clerk

The Brazos 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.

Brazos County Appraisal District

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

Brazos County Tax Office

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

Office of Brazos County District Attorney

The Brazos 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 Brazos County

  • Benchley 
  • Bryan (county seat)
  • College Station
  • Kurten
  • Lake Bryan
  • Millican
  • Navasota 
  • Wellborn
  • Wixon Valley