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Central Appraisal District of Johnson County

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Central Appraisal District (CAD) of Johnson County’s formal and informal hearing results are displayed below:

  • The overall property tax savings of $15 million in 2022 is less than the $26 million CAD of Johnson County in 2021. Property owners in Johnson County protested 22,680 accounts in 2022.
  • 37% of property tax protests filed with the Appraisal Review Board (ARB) and 82% of informal property tax protests in Johnson County were successful. Homeowners saved $3 million at Johnson CAD in informal protests and around $430,000 in ARB property tax protests.
  • The percentage of parcels protested for Johnson County decreased in 2020 to around 5% of all accounts in the county but increased in 2022 to 7% of properties.
  • The tax savings from formal protests for both single-family protests and commercial protests increased in 2022 with the record being over $1 million.

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  • Every possible means of reducing your property taxes is understood and utilized by O’Connor. We regularly use binding arbitration and O’Connor pays the deposit, which may not be returned depending on the hearing results.
  • Based on conducting millions of tax appeals throughout Texas, we have developed an in-depth understanding of what is needed to reduce your property taxes. 
  • Relationships and hearing evidence files chock full of the information sought by the appraisal district are a winning combination. 
  • Due to our expertise, we have been able to gather sales and uneven appraisal data in a way that complies with the requirements set out by the Johnson County ARB and the Johnson CAD.


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Property Taxes vs CPI

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CAD Operations Stats

Johnson County Appraisal District CAD

About CAD

  • County: Johnson
  • Street Address: 109 N. Main St. Cleburne, TX 76033-4941
  • Mailing Address: 109 N. Main St. Cleburne, TX 76033-4941
  • Phone: 817-648-3000
  • Website: www.johnsoncad.com

Johnson County Appraisal District

Major Cities: Alvarado, Briaroaks, Cleburne (county seat, Coyote Flats, Godley, Grandview, Joshua, Keene, Rio Vista

Johnson County Texas totals 734 square miles, with a 2020 population of about 179,927. Adjacent counties include Tarrant County (north), Dallas County (northeast), Ellis County (east), Hill County (south), Bosque County (southwest), Somervell County (southwest), Hood County (west) and Parker County (northwest). The total market value of real property and personal property in Johnson County in 2020 was $19,000,000,000. Webb County 2020 property taxes are estimated to total $314,000 million bassed on an effective tax rate of 2.4% including homestead exemptions. Johnson County property owners protested the noticed value for 2,950 houses and 14,130 commercial and BPP properties. Johnson County Appraisal Review Board appeals were successful for 21% of the owners. Property owner property tax protests in Johnson County results in savings of $1,100,000 million in 2020, or $64.44 per account protested. The 2020 budget for the Johnson was $3,910,000 including 38 employees.

Average Property Tax Savings from Protesting (Informal + Formal)

  • Residential Property $343
  • Commercial Property $1,966


August 2023

Total property tax savings from Johnson County informal and formal hearings were $185 million in 2021.

July 2023

Protests at the Johnson County Appraisal Review Board in 2021 generated a total of $375 million in tax assessment reduction, generating an estimated $9.3 million in property tax savings.

June 2023

Central Appraisal District of Johnson County informal hearing settlements in 2021 reduced assessed values by $7 billion, generating an estimated $176 million in property tax savings.

May 2023

Central Appraisal District of Johnson County resolved 2,712 accounts informally in 2021 and 2,760 included a reduction in value, or 100% of informal settlements were successful in obtaining a lower value.

April 2023

Johnson County property owners filed 19,290 property tax protests with Central Appraisal District of Johnson County in 2021. The market value protested was $3 billion or 14% of the total market value.

March 2023

The Central Appraisal District of Johnson County states the total market value for all property categories in 2021 as $22 billion. Single-family residential properties account for $9 billion, which is 43% of the total market value.

February 2023

The Central Appraisal District of Johnson County valued 306,500 tax parcels, with a budget of $4 million, which is $13 per tax parcel.

January 2023

Real estate and personal property is estimated to total $22 billion by Central Appraisal District of Johnson County (Johnson CAD) for tax year 2021. Property taxes are about $553 million, at 2.5%, based on the values estimated by Johnson CAD.

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