The State of Texas specifies that homeowners may protest an unequal appraisal of property. What does that mean? If the appraisal on your property is higher, on average, than a select number of similar properties in your neighborhood, you have the right to bring proof that your assessment is high to the CAD and ask that your assessment be lowered.
Property Tax Pros uses a method of comparing your assessment to select properties in your neighborhood using specific criteria, then compiling that information into a report that is complete, concise and easy to understand. It has all the information you need to protest your assessment and get your taxes lowered.
Answer a few questions about yourself and give us some contact information. Your report will be generated, upon payment, and sent to your email address along with a set of instructions for filing your protest.
We charge a flat fee for each report you request. Payment is handled securely through PayPal. Property Tax Pros does not retain any of your credit card information. PayPal accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
Don't forget - we have a money back guarantee. If your appraisal is not lowered after protesting using our report, just scan your Order Determining Protest and email a copy to us. We'll issue a credit to your card within 2 business days.
Download, save, and print your report. All that's left for you to do is to present your analysis to the CAD, and request that your assessment be lowered.
Remember, the deadline for protests is May 31, 2016. Don't be late!