Texas Property Tax Loan Resources

Texas Property Tax Loan Resources

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At Home Tax Solutions, our friendly professionals are always here to help you with questions and concerns about your home or commercial property taxes, but if you want to do some research on your own, we recommend taking a look at some of the articles and resources below. We want our clients to feel 100% confident in the recommendations we make for them, so exploring some of this additional information is a great place to get started learning more about Texas property taxes. When you’re ready to talk to the experts, don’t hesitate to give our team a call in any of our five office locations where we serve all 254 Texas Counties.

Our Property Tax Loan Articles

Below, find links to many of our most popular informational articles about Texas business and residential property taxes and loan services from our team. We’re always updating our blog, so be sure to stop by often to learn more about our services, our team, our happy clients, and Texas property tax loans.

Important Resources for Texas Property Taxes

In addition to articles from our team, there are numerous resources available to help Texas residents learn more about Home Tax Solutions and Texas property taxes. Please see the links below to find out more, but don’t hesitate to reach out to the team at Home Tax Solutions anytime. We’re here to help!

The Better Business Bureau

We’re proud of our A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, and you can find out more about our company on our Better Business Bureau page.

Texas Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner (OCCC)

It is the job of the Texas OCCC to create a fair, lawful, and healthy credit environment that grows economic prosperity for all Texans. Home Tax Solutions and other companies in our industry are regulated by this agency. You can find out more on the Texas OCCC website.

Texas Property Tax Lienholders Association

As members of the Texas Property Tax Lienholders Association, we promote awareness of the availability of property tax loans and work together to set and maintain the highest standards of behavior for professionals in our field. You can learn more on the Texas Property Tax Lienholders Association website.

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas does not have state property taxes. All of these determinations are made by local governments. However, the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts brings together information and resources you may need to better understand your property taxes, dispute fees, seek appraisals, and find a number of other services. You can find out more on the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts website.

Relevant Texas Tax Code

The state of Texas Tax Code is a lengthy and complex document within the Texas Constitution. You can look for specific information through the constitution website, and we’ve provided links to some of the relevant information below.