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It’s important to know you have options when it comes to paying your property taxes after the payment deadline has passed.
In the state of Texas, property deadlines hang heavy on property owners. And with this year’s January 31st deadline come and gone, penalties and interest for missing that deadline are already growing for those who missed it.
When the calendar flips to a new year it means one thing in the state of Texas - property tax season. Before the glow of the holiday season has worn off, local county tax collectors will be demanding complete payment of annual tax bills.
The first step toward understanding your annual property tax bill is to know how your county’s appraisal district arrived at the amount they’re requiring you to pay.
Make sure you know about the one tax exemption in the state of Texas that all homeowners are eligible to receive.
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At Propel we take great pride in helping people. Typically, that happens through helping families find creative financial solutions for their outstanding property tax loans, but sometimes we get a chance to get out of the walls of our office and help people in a totally different way.
Property taxes are ever changing in Texas. And yes, we admit that getting information on these rates can be confusing, even when cities and counties are required to publish ads in newspapers every August showing their old tax rates, their proposed tax rates for the new year, and other important figures.
Navigating the tax world can be confusing, especially when it comes to understanding the property tax loan process.