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Protests of Liberty County Appraisal District Values Pays Big!

Liberty County Appraisal District is responsible for accurately valuing the houses in Liberty County.  Overall the average value is close to 100%.  The median defines the number for which an equal number of records are above and below this level.  The median assessed value in 2020 in Liberty County for houses is 93.5%, based on … Read more

Protests of Johnson County Appraisal District Values Pays Big!

Johnson County Appraisal District is responsible for accurately valuing the houses in Johnson County.  Overall the average value is close to 100%.  The median defines the number for which an equal number of records are above and below this level.  The median assessed value in 2020 in Johnson County for houses is 97%, based on … Read more

Protests of Hays County Appraisal District Values Pays Huge!

Hays County Appraisal District is responsible for accurately valuing the houses in Hays County.  Overall, the average, or ideal fair market value, should be extremely close to 100%. This is also called the median. The median is what defines the middle value. In real estate, this value is what the other market values compare to. … Read more

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 state of Texas can levy penalties and interest on the day after the propert tax payment deadline. Thus, it’s important to get your … Read more

Property Tax Appraisal Basics

It’s important to have a foundation of the property tax basics before you file a property tax appeal. Property taxes are local taxes. Your local officials value your property, set your tax rates and collect your taxes. However, state law governs how the process works. You can play an effective role in the process if … Read more

Property Tax Basics

Property taxes are local taxes. Your local officials value your property, set your tax rates and collect your taxes. However, state law governs how the process works. You can play an effective role in the process if you know your rights, understand the remedies available to you and fulfill your responsibilities. Your most important right … Read more

Property Taxes Calendar, Texas Property Tax

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 … Read more

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