What do you do when you receive your Property Tax Notice each year?
Every year during the 1st quarter, the County Appraisal Districts assesses every property in the district. Then at the end of March, beginning of April, the Appraisal District will mail out notices to property owners providing them of what their property value has been assessed for that year.
At the end of each year, property owners receive tax bills (based on that previously set value) from entities such as their Property Tax Assessor, School District, Municipal Utility District (MUD) and Water Control & Improvement District (WCID).
What many homeowners aren’t aware of is that they have the right to PROTEST the estimated value of their home in order to lower those related tax bills at the end of the year – saving them hundreds—possibly even thousands of dollars yearly! (THIS PROTEST MUST BE FILED BY MAY 15th!)
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