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FBCAD 2017 Lawsuits for Property Taxes

Fort Bend County Appraisal District Property Tax Lawsuit Summary

FBCAD 2017 lawsuits filed regarding ARB determinations Lawsuits
# Lawsuits Filed on ARB Values 151
# Lawsuits Filed for Houses on ARB Values 39
# Lawsuits Filed for Multifamily / Apartments on ARB Values 13
# Lawsuits Filed for Commercial on ARB Values 85
# Lawsuits Filed for Industrial on ARB Values 2
# Lawsuits Filed for Utility on ARB Values 0
# Lawsuits Filed for Oil & Gas on ARB Values 0
FBCAD 2017 property value involved in Lawsuits as determined by the ARB certified property value
ARB Value of All Lawsuits Filed $1,307,557,471
ARB Value of All Lawsuits Filed for Single-Family / Houses $78,777,485
ARB Value of All Lawsuits Filed for Multifamily $338,957,490
ARB Value of All Lawsuits Filed for Commercial $847,778,656
ARB Value of All Lawsuits Filed for Industrial $419,690
ARB Value of All Lawsuits Filed for Oil & Gas 0
ARB Value of All Lawsuits Filed for All Other Types 0
FBCAD 2017 Appraised value invoved in lawsuits that were resolved Appraised Value
$ Value All Accounts Settled Current Year $1,572,908,115
$ reduction All Accounts Settled Current Year $155,767,037
% Reduction All Accounts Settled Current Year 10%
$ Reduction Property Tax Lawsuits for Houses Current Year $29,254,968
$ Reduction Property Tax Lawsuits for Multifamily Current Year $62,075,370
$ Reduction Property Tax Lawsuits for Commercial Current Year $46,341,509
$ Reduction Property Tax Lawsuits for Industrial Current Year $6,852,000
$ Reduction Property Tax Lawsuits for Utility Current Year 0
$ Reduction Property Tax Lawsuits for Oil & Gas Current Year 0
$ Reduction Property Tax Lawsuits for Utility Current Year $11,243,190

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