Texas property ownership annually file a judicial deal to further reduce their property taxes if the property has been appraisal review board hearing and is large enough to make a judicial appeal financially feasible. The three steps in the Texas property tax appeal process include the informal hearing, and appraisal review board and a judicial appeal or lawsuit in District Court.
The appraisal district has a difficult challenge and equitably assessing and accurately valuing property. During the appeals process, the work they have done is often partially done at some properties receive larger reductions than others. The time constraints between the appraisal review board hearing and the deadline to file a judicial appeal, is practically difficult to determine whether a commercial property is equitably assessed, particularly when the appeals process has not been completed for all properties. Disparity between single family and commercial valuation.