El Paso County Appraisal District 2021 Houses Property Tax Protest Summary
In 2021, the El Paso Central Appraisal District received property tax protests from homeowners for $4 B, out of a total residential property market value of $34 B, which means only 11% of the homes protested, although higher-value homes are more likely to protest. Owners of commercial, apartments, and utilities are more likely to protest than homeowners. 64% of commercial owners, 71% of multifamily owners, and 86% of utilities protested based on their value. Every year they continue to protest because it constantly works!Let us appeal to you!
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EPCAD Houses Property Tax Summary
|Market Value Houses / Condos / Townhomes||$34,505,576,299.00|
|Number Single Family Property Tax Protests||22,855|
|$ Value Single Family (Homes, Condo, Townhome) Protested||$4,402,527,589.00|
|$ Value of Houses Resolved at Informal Protest||$9,115|
|# of Property Tax Protest Hearings for Houses (ARB)||6,421|
|# Houses with Reduction at ARB Protest Hearing||5,061|
|$ Reduction Houses at ARB Protest Hearing||$100,536,398.00|
|# Lawsuits Filed for Houses on ARB Values||24.00|
|ARB Value of All Lawsuits Filed for Single-Family / Houses||$100,536,398|
|$ Reduction Property Tax Lawsuits for Houses Current Year||$47,134,905|