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Texas’ Property Tax System is BAD…

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Follow the path of one homeowner, Chuck Devore, a recent transplant from California as he goes through the process of protesting his high property tax value in 2019. While Texas state government…

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Real Estate Outlook 2020 Trends and Opportunities

Some of the top real estate professionals weigh in on what trends they expect in 2020, courtesy of the Houston Business Journal! Houston remains one of the most affordable large cities in…

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Steps for Safeguarding Your Home Against Weather-Related Damage

Homeownership is one of the biggest financial commitments most Americans will make in their lives. Owning a home is not only part of the traditional “American dream,” it also can be a…

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The Advantages Property Owners Get When Requesting for Email Notices

The addition of email as a delivery method for notices on property taxes Is one of the amendments included in the recently approved Texas Property Tax Reform and Transparency Act of 2019….

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How to be Prepared for A Property Tax Appeal

Many property owners have the option of appeal the increased appraised value of their property so they can try and get a lower tax bill for the year. While you might not…

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Property Tax Payment Deadline: What You Need to Know

The property tax payment deadline is a date that looms large in the lives of property owners in Texas. Missing the deadline is obviously something that you don’t want to do. The…

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PGA of America Is Moving Its Headquarters From Palm Beach To Frisco, Texas

The Professional Golfer’s Association of America (PGA) is leaving its headquarters in Palm Beach County, Florida and moving to Frisco, Texas, Time’s #1 “Best Place to Live in America” for 2018. According…

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What to Expect with Property Tax Assessment and Rates in 2019

Taxes are always a hot button issue with people around the nation. Of course, property taxes play a major role in the government and economy of the state of Texas. With property…

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Real Estate Market of Houston Sets a Record Year in Home Sales

The real estate market of Houston has beaten the existing sales record, even after the devastating effects of Harvey. Damage caused by Harvey is substantially high, but the Houston housing market did not…

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Tax Overhaul Could Result in Unhappy Homeowners and May Build Credit Risk in High Tax Zones

Congressional tax overhaul could considerably reduce the home values in high tax states and create credit risks for local governments. According to S&P Global ratings, proposals to wipe out state and local…

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The Psychology of Real Estate: Using Psychographic Data to Find a Great Self-Storage Location

One day, while discussing the self-storage facilities they co-own, Bill and Joe wound up debating why some assets outperform others. They’re interested in developing more properties, but they begin to realize that…

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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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