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Midland Central Appraisal District

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

  • The $70 million overall tax savings for Midland CAD in 2022 surpasses the $62 million total property tax reductions in 2021. Property owners in Midland County protested 9,730 property valuations in 2022.
  • 39% of property tax appeals filed with the Appraisal Review Board (ARB) and 47% of informal property tax protests in Midland County were successful. Homeowners saved $1.6 million at Midland CAD in informal protests and $430K in ARB property tax protests.
  • For Midland County, the percentage of parcels protested hit a dip in 2017 at a hair over 4% but increased in 2019 to 5.75% of accounts.
  • When considering the tax savings from formal protests in Midland County the amount more than doubled from $7.7 million in 2020 to greater than $28 million in 2022.

More property owners choose O’Connor than any other tax consultant in Texas because: 

  • O’Connor’s aggressive approach is well aligned with the property owners’ interest. We pay the fees and costs regardless of the level of appeal. Many competitors require the property owner to pay the binding arbitration deposit or costs related to judicial appeal such as legal fees, expert witness fees and court costs. We will not ask you to pay any of the costs or fees related to your property tax protest.
  • 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. 
  • O’Connor develops an extensive file for each property tax protest, often 50 to 100 pages of evidence regarding both market value and unequal appraisal. Our proprietary software tailors the evidence to a format the appraisal district prefers.
  • O’Connor has professional and experienced staff to aggregate the sales and uneven appraisal data necessary to fulfill the criteria of the Midland County ARB and Midland CAD. 

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Property Taxes vs CPI

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CAD Operations Stats

Midland County Central Appraisal District CAD

About CAD

  • County: Midland
  • Street Address: 4631 Andrews Hwy. Midland, TX 79703-4608
  • Mailing Address: P.O. Box 908002 Midland, TX 79703-4608
  • Phone: 432-699-4991
  • Website: www.midcad.org

Midland County Appraisal District

Major Cities: Midland, Odessa

Midland County Texas totals 902 square miles, with a 2020 population of about 169,983. Adjacent counties include Martin County (north), Glasscock County (east), Upton County (south), Ector County (west), Andrews County (northwest) and Reagan County (southeast). The total market value of real property and personal property in Guadalupe County in 2020 was $43,000,000,000. Midland County 2020 property taxes are estimated to total $1,000,000 million based on an effective tax rate of 2.4% including homestead exemptions. Midland County property owners protested the noticed value for 2,250 houses and 11,000 commercial and BPP properties. Midland County Appraisal Review Board appeals were successful for 47% of the owners. Property owner property tax protests in Midland County results in savings of $1,903,000,000 million in 2020, or $143,622.64 per account protested. The 2020 budget for the Midland was $3,800,000 including 30 employees.

Average Property Tax Savings from Protesting (Informal + Formal)

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


August 2023

In 2021, Midland Central Appraisal District granted an estimated $42.7 million in property tax savings at informal hearings and $15 million in property tax savings at ARB or formal hearings. These protests totaled close to $58 million total tax savings for Midland County property owners.

July 2023

The Midland Central Appraisal District protests at ARB hearings resulted in value reductions worth $602 million, translating to property tax savings of near $15 million.

June 2023

In 2021, Midland Central Appraisal District informal hearings lowered the 2021 assessed values by $1.7 billion. Midland County property owners realize an estimated $42.7 million savings in property taxes as a result.

May 2023

The Midland Central Appraisal District settled 8,508 accounts through the informal process in 2021. 55% or 4,664 of these accounts saw a result with a lower value.

April 2023

The Midland Central Appraisal District documents 30% of the total market value, equaling $12 billion was protested with the Appraisal Review Board in 2021. Protests filed by 14,186 property owners account for these numbers.

March 2023

The market value of single-family homes is $13 billion or 32% of the total market value for all property categories in Midland Central Appraisal District in 2021. The total market value of Midland Central Appraisal District property types is $41 billion.

February 2023

The Midland Central Appraisal District property tax parcels include single-family residential property, multi-family residential property, commercial property, utilities, and industrial property, as well as other property types for a total of 286,598 tax parcels. At a total budget in 2021 of $4 million, an average of $14 was spent on the appraisal of each tax parcel.

January 2023

Property taxes for real and personal property in Midland County total about $1 billion annually, based on tax assessments by Midland CAD. Midland Central Appraisal District values utilities, industrial, commercial, land, multifamily, personal property and houses annually. Midland CAD’s estimate of value for 2021 was $41 billion.

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