DentonCounty Tax Appraisal – 2021
The Denton Central Appraisal District budget for 2021 has seen a significant increase from 2013, with the budget rising from $9 M to $14 M, representing an impressive 42% increase. As the budget stands, the cost per tax parcel is a relatively low $32.$32 does not sound like a lot of money, how far can it go?
Although appraisal districts have substantial budgets, they pay little attention to typical properties. Even though appraisal districts use mass appraisal computer models, there are errors in the data and the model. These errors provide an opportunity for property owners. In Denton County, owners protest about 43% of the total value of accounts valued by the Denton Central Appraisal District. Most of the protests are from multifamily and commercial properties and few are from residential properties. It is estimated that 100% of multifamily owners and 80% of commercial owners protested Denton Central Appraisal District's "estimated mass appraisal value" in 2021. In 2021, however, only 26% of homeowners appealed. Level the playing field by enrolling in the Property Tax Protection Program. No upfront costs or flat fees. Pay only if you save. O’Connor offers a Property Tax Protection Program™ with no upfront costs and flat fees. Enroll today!
Denton County Appraisal District Property Tax Budget Summary
|Budget Not Spent||NA|
|Total Property Taxes all Entities||$2,534,548,568|
|CAD Budget as % of Property Taxes||0|
|Budget for Legal Counsel, Training and Other Expenses||$332,645.00|