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Travis Central Appraisal District Values Up for Commercial

Travis County is freezing residential values while raising commercial property values, due to insufficient information to value single family. Travis County Appraisal District Announcement: Our office is currently closed to in-person transactions….

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Tarrant Central Appraisal District Values Up – Rendition Deadline Delayed; Offices Shut to Public

Tarrant County Appraisal District announced: TAD is following orders of local government (TC/ CFW) to “Stay at Home and Work Safe”. The Tarrant Appraisal District building will be closed until the order…

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McLennan Central Appraisal District Values Up – Rendition Deadline Delayed; Offices Shut to Public

Joe Don Bobbitt, Acting Chief Appraiser of McLennan County Appraisal District announced: COVID-19 Warning: Office is closed to Public As the coronavirus situation progresses, we are committed to serving the public. Some…

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Galveston Central Appraisal District Values Up – Rendition Deadline Delayed; Offices Shut to Public

Tommy Watson, Chief Appraiser of Galveston County Appraisal District announced: CORONAVIRUS ALERT **As of March 18th, 2020 Galveston CAD office doors will be closed to the public until further notice. Details and…

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El Paso Central Appraisal District Values Up – Rendition Deadline Delayed; Offices Shut to Public

Dinah Kilgore, Chief Appraiser of El Paso County Appraisal District announced: The deadline to file business personal property tax renditions has been extended to May 15th. Owners of personal property, used for…

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Dallas Central Appraisal District Values Up – Rendition Deadline Delayed; Offices Shut to Public

Ken Nolan, Dallas County Appraisal District, Chief Appraiser announced: The deadline to file business personal property tax renditions has been extended to May 15th. Owners of personal property, used for the production…

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Collin Central Appraisal District Values Up – Rendition Deadline Delayed; Offices Shut to Public

Bo Daffin, Collin County Appraisal District, Chief Appraiser announced: RENDITON STATEMENTS: The April 15th deadline in Section 22.23(a) of the Texas Property Tax Code, for filing Renditions, is hereby automatically extended to…

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Bexar Central Appraisal District Values Up – Rendition Deadline Delayed; Offices Shut to Public

Bexar County Appraisal District message: In response to current events surrounding COVID-19, Bexar Appraisal District will suspend services to the public inside our building starting on Monday, March 23. Bexar County Appraisal…

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Brazoria Central Appraisal District Values Up – Too Much Some Think!

Brazoria Central Appraisal District announced the personal property rendition deadline has been delayed until May 15th.   Owners of personal property, used for the production of income, aka business personal property, are required…

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Fort Bend Central Appraisal District Values Up – Too Much Some Think!

Fort Bend Central Appraisal District Chief Appraiser Jordan Wise announced the personal property rendition deadline has been delayed until May 15th. For professional assistance in preparing your business personal property tax rendition,…

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Tarrant County Appraisal District Notices of Value being Sent Late

Tarrant County Appraisal District Chief Appraiser Jeff Law reports 2020 noticed values for property owners will be delayed. It is not clear when property tax notices will be mailed. Tarrant County Appraisal…

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Harris County Appraisal District Extends Deadline for Property Tax Rendition

Harris County Appraisal District has extended the property tax rendition deadline from April 15, 2020 to May 15, 2020. This is for statutory requirements for filings for business personal property. The property…

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Gregg County Appraisal Districts Warns of Tough Year for Property Owners

Gregg County Appraisal District Chief Appraiser Libby Neely warns property owners that information about Covid-19 and lower oil prices is not relevant for 2020 property taxes. Property taxes for 2020 are based…

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Ector County Appraisal District Notices of Value Likely Going Up Despite Covid-19

Ector County Appraisal District Chief Appraiser Anita Campbell seems distressed at notifying taxpayers their 2020 property tax values will not reflect either Covid-19 or low oil prices. Property taxes are based on…

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Navarro County Appraisal District Mails 2020 Values Starting April 15, 2020

Navarro County Appraisal District announces they were sending notices of 2020 market value starting on April 15. Notices would only be sent if required by law. Navarro County property owners are encouraged…

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Henderson County Appraisal District Adjust for Covid-19

Henderson County Appraisal District Chief Appraiser Bill Jackson is warning Henderson County property owners of a large increase for 2020, despite Covid-19. Henderson County Appraisal District values were 8 to 15% below…

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Travis County Appraisal District Rolls Single Family Values

Travis County Appraisal District (TCAD) “rolled” residential values reporting inadequate data to perform their statutory duty. TCAD is required by law (Tax Code) to value all property at market value. TCAD sales…

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Texas Property Tax Trends – Informal Hearing Reduction

Texas Property Tax Trends documents the massive growth in property tax assessments effected by tax consultants and property owners in Texas. Total property tax assessment reduction from property tax protests, just at…

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Covid-19 – Does it Qualify for Property Tax Disaster Tax Exemption?

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A recent survey of 6,427 Texas taxpayers revealed that 95% believe Covid-19 should be considered a disaster for property tax exemption purposes. Texans believe property owners adversely affected by Covid-19 should receive…

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Texas Property Tax Trends

Texas Property Tax Trends documents the massive growth in property tax assessments and property taxes in Texas. Property values increased 54.7% in Texas in just five years; an increase of 10.9% per…

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