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HCAD vs Flooded Property Owners Continues…

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Attention Harris County residents that were flooded due to Harvey: Harris County just sent out a press release concerning your 2019 property taxes. In THIS article from the Houston Chronicle, Harris County…

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Should Harvey Flood Victims Be Penalized For Repairing Homes?

In the wake of the chaos and destruction brought on by Hurricane Harvey in 2017, flood victims in the gulf coast of Texas and some parts of Louisiana were left reeling from…

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Repairing Homes after Hurricane Harvey

In 2017, one of the biggest tropical cyclones to ever hit Houston, Hurricane Harvey, flooded the metropolitan and South Texas area. The damage was so extensive that it’s tied to the 2005…

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County Appraisal Districts Are Ignoring The Law in Valuing Flooded Properties

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Harris County Appraisal District (HCAD) is over-taxing flooded property owners by 50 to 100%. HCAD is NOT valuing these flooded properties accurately. They are not following mandatory requirements of the Tax Code…

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What is a Substantial Error and How Do I Qualify?

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Chances are many owners have not heard of a substantial error appeal before. If the property has a substantial error, then the tax code supports owners to file a late appeal.  Instead…

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Is The Appraisal District Treating Flooded Property Owners Maliciously?

We pose this question to our esteemed readers: Has the Appraisal Review Board (ARB) in Harris County lost its mind? There have been concerns for 25 years surrounding bias at the Appraisal…

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5 Simple Steps to Property Tax Reduction for Owners of Flooded Property

The fact is: You will be over-taxed for 2018 if you were a flooded property owner and do not file an appeal, in 95% of cases in my opinion.     Here…

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Why Isn’t the Government Telling Me About an Income Tax Refund Available to Hurricane Harvey Victims?

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People are incredulous when told it is possible to get a tax refund of all income taxes paid during 2014 to 2017 because of damage to their property from Hurricane Harvey. Of…

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Hurt by Harvey? Take a Tax Deduction!

Owners of commercial property damaged by Hurricane Harvey can reap large federal tax deductions, even if they are fully insured. How is this possible? It is simple; the law for calculating a…

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