Grayson County Appraisal District
Local Appraisal District
Property Tax Protection Program™
Street Address: 512 N. Travis St. Sherman, TX 75090
Mailing Address: 512 N. Travis St. Sherman, TX 75090
Major Cities: Bells, Collinsville, Denison, Dorchester, Gunter, Howe, Knollwood, Pottsboro, Sadler, Sherman, Southmayd, Tioga, Tom Bean, Van Alstyne, Whitesboro, Whitewright
Grayson County Texas totals 979 square miles, with a 2019 population of about 136,212. Adjacent counties include Marshall, Bryan, Fannin, Collin, Denton, Cooke and Love county. The total market value of real property and personal property in Grayson County in 2018 was $30,292,500,000. Grayson County 2018 property taxes are estimated to total $228,100,000 million, based on an effective tax rate of 2.4% including homestead exemptions. Grayson County property owners protested the noticed value for 1,910 houses and 3,820 commercial and BPP properties. Grayson County Appraisal review Board appeals were successful for 45% of the owners. Property owner property tax protests in Grayson County results in savings of $201,000,000 million in 2018, or $35,017 per account protested. The 2018 budget for the Grayson Appraisal District was $3,700,000 including 34 employees.
2019 County Appraisal District Statistics
2018 County Appraisal District Statistics
2017 County Appraisal District Statistics
2016 County Appraisal District Statistics
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Grayson County Property Tax Appraisal
O’Connor is the leading representative for the Grayson County Appraisal District property owners because:
- For over 20 years, O’Connor has provided property tax consulting services in the Grayson County Appraisal District and has continuously produced results.
- O’Connor is the most aggressive property tax consultant.
- We know the processes and appropriate contacts at Grayson County Appraisal District.
- Our experience has allowed us to compile sales and unequal appraisal data consistent with the format expected by the Grayson County Appraisal District and the Grayson County Appraisal Review Board.
Why choose O’Connor?
- We do not charge any fees for market value reductions, unless we reduce your property taxes.
- We take the fight to the Grayson County Appraisal District for you every year, whether your value is up, down or does not change.
- We are the nation’s largest property tax consulting firm.
- For the 2015 tax year, the firm lowered assessed value by more than $1.8 billion, resulting in estimated tax savings of around $49 million* on behalf of its residential and commercial clients. Already increasing in 2016, the firm has filed more than $2.2 billion and 185,000+ protests of assessed value, reducing client taxes by $60 million*.
*Based on average tax rate of 2.7 percent.
Bells, Collinsville, Denison, Dorchester, Gunter, Howe, Knollwood, Pottsboro, Sadler, Sherman, Southmayd, Tioga, Tom Bean, Van Alstyne, Whitesboro, Whitewright homeowners, commercial property owners and business owners hire O’Connor for property tax appeals because of our consistent results and aggressive attitude. Our property tax consultants have the experience in the Grayson County Appraisal District to reduce Bells, Collinsville, Denison, Dorchester, Gunter, Howe, Knollwood, Pottsboro, Sadler, Sherman, Southmayd, Tioga, Tom Bean, Van Alstyne, Whitesboro, Whitewright property tax assessments.
O’Connor is uniquely aggressive and effective in reducing property taxes by:
- Being an effective taxpayer advocate for change, including introducing unequal appraisal and forcing appraisal districts to provide hearing evidence packages when requested by taxpayers.
- Achieving almost double the amount of tax savings compared to other commercial property tax consultants.
- Protesting every property, every year.
- Preparing for informal and formal hearings at an elite level.
- Aggressively seeking settlements at the informal hearing process.
- Aggressively attending and presenting evidence at appraisal review board (ARB) hearings (attending more ARB hearings than the next 10 largest firms combined).
- Uniquely continuing the appeal process beyond the ARB and assertively coordinating lawsuits for property owners.
- Pioneering the use of binding arbitration to achieve equitable results for owners of homes and small commercial properties not able to pursue a judicial appeal.
- Providing contingency fee services to clients regardless of property value as part of our mission to help property owners.
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