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How the Texas Property Tax Protest Process Works

  If you’re interested in protesting your property tax bill, you may find yourself quickly bogged down in the details. Every county sets its own property tax protest dates and requirements. This can make it confusing for property owners to even know where to begin. However, if you devote the time to understanding the process […]

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Tis the Property Tax Protest Season

As the holiday season is over and you’re setting your New Year’s Resolutions, you may want to add “protest my property taxes” to your list of resolutions. In the past year, big legislative changes have taken place that should offer Texas property owners some relief from the quickly increasing annual property tax bills. Unfortunately, these […]

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Frisco, TX – Development Plateau and How Property Taxes are Impacted

Frisco is a planned community in North Texas that has been growing exponentially over the last several decades. In recent years, city planners and local government authorities have faced a serious concern that impacts many fast-growing communities. Specifically, once the planned development is at an end, how do they maintain their city without all the […]

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How Will Texas Proposition 3 Impact Property Taxes for Disaster Relief?

If you or your family have been hit hard by one of the many hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods that impacted millions of Texans over the last few years, you probably followed the progress of Texas Proposition 3, which proposed a property tax exemption or deferment for those property owners impacted by natural disasters. If you […]

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Dallas County Tornado Victims Eligible for Property Tax Relief

In October, North Texas was hit with more than a dozen tornadoes, and many local home and business owners are still struggling to recover from the severe damage. These property owners already received their annual tax bills, and as the holiday season continues, North Texas families may find themselves without their home or business and […]

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