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The Great Property Tax Heist of 2018!

The Great Property Tax Heist of 2018 will net over $2 billion from Texas property owners. And even though laws are being ignored, no one will go to jail.  How can this be? I explain in this video below:  Texas law requires appraisal districts to value property at market value on January 1. To value…

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Texas Property Tax Deadline Changes in 2018

Attention Texas Property Owners! For the first time in almost 40 years, the deadline in Texas to render personal property and to file a protest has CHANGED with little notice to taxpayers. The OLD deadline to file a property tax protest in Texas was May 31st. The deadline to render personal property was April 15th. That…

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How these two policies contributed to the present property tax crisis in Texas

Mike Collier – democratic candidate for lieutenant governor opens up about the two policies that made the property taxes in Texas to fall into crisis. Texas is a wealthy state, and the government is not wasting any money, but still property taxes are so high. Mike Collier explains why, 1.Equal and Uniform law Legislature of…

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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 lose its steam. The housing market has recorded a significant increase of 3.5 percent compared to last year’s sales record. This is totally…

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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 tax deduction could directly affect the property tax payers of high tax states, as it directly disturbs the property values. Also, a credit…

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Flooded by Harvey?

You may qualify for an IRS tax refund.

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This program is only for properties within the state of Texas