You pay nothing, unless we win!
That’s right, our contingent fee based service means you only pay us if we are successful. No reduction, no fees!
The overwhelming amounts of properties in any given county require the appraisal districts to utilize mass appraisal processes, which can be subject to errors. Very often, important factors that affect value are overlooked, causing overvaluation. The result is property taxes that are unjustifiably high.
We believe everyone should pay ONLY their fair share of property taxes, and not a penny more.
Headquartered in McAllen, Texas, we have operated statewide for over 15 years! We provide quality service, innovation, and expertise in property tax appeals, property tax research and property tax litigation support.
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Important Dates to Remember
Effective date for assessed value.
Texas property is assessed at its value on this date via a constitutionally mandated lien. Taxpayers should document property conditions as of this date.
Deadline to pay prior year taxes without penalty and interest
Deadline to file “late” protest under 2525(c) or 2525(d) from prior year taxes. Deadline to resolve a 2525 (h) protest for prior years.
Property taxes from prior year become delinquent.
Deadline to file mandatory renditions.
Deadline to apply for exemptions and special use valuations.
Deadline to file a protest (or 30 days after the date the Appraisal District mailed notice of assessed value, which ever is later.)
MONTH OF JUNE
General protest period
Penalty reaches maximum additional penalty imposed. Legal collection actions begin.
Deadline for appraisal district to certify tax roll. September 1st Tax rate is adopted.
Tax bills TYPICALLY mailed December 31st Deadline for establishment of residency, used for Homestead Exemption applications which commence during the next calendar year.