Denton County Appraisal District 2021 Utility Property Tax Summary
The Denton Central Appraisal District is responsible for estimating the taxable values of properties owned by private utilities, such as gas and electric companies. These properties account for a small portion of the total taxable value in Denton County; in 2021, Denton Central Appraisal District estimated that the taxable value of utility properties was $1 B out of a total of $147 B. Despite the small-scale share of the total taxable value, a quarter of the utility value was protested in 2021. In most cases, the utility account protests do not proceed to judicial appeals or binding arbitration.Tell us your interests and let us represent you!
About a fourth of utility value is protested every year while 26% of homeowners protest their property value. It is not necessary to own a utility account to be professionally represented. O'Connor offers the Property Tax Protection Program™, which is designed to review the county appraisal district’s initial value and look for ways to appeal market value and unequal appraisal. Through the program, 65 to 90% of appeals are successful on average each year. Unlike other services, this program does not charge a flat fee for its services. Rather, O'Connor's fees are tied to the success of the appeals, ensuring that homeowners receive the best service for the best value.
DentonCAD Utility Property Tax Summary
|Market Value Utilities||$1,919,936,946.00|
|Number Utility Property Tax Protests||207.00|
|$ Value Utilities Protested||$488,509,818.00|
|# Lawsuits Filed for Utility on ARB Values||0|
|$ Reduction Property Tax Lawsuits for Utility Current Year||0|