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Property taxes that you have to pay in Texas can seem like the straw that breaks the camel’s back. They usually come due just when you can least afford to pay them and when you have no other alternatives. At Propel Tax, we are prepared to help you find a way out of the difficult situation that you face now.
If you’ve been putting off payment of your 2018 property taxes an important date is fast approaching.
If you’re feeling sticker shock because of this year’s property appraisal notice, don’t worry, you have options.
Property tax exemptions come in all shapes and sizes. The one every homeowner in Texas should know, though, is the homestead exemption. And with a looming April 30th deadline, it’s even more important you know what it is and how it can affect your annual property tax bill.
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.
You have days before the July 1st deadline. On July 1 your taxes will increase 18-23% and you could be at risk of foreclosure.
Fill out the form and we will quickly contact you and explain how to save your tax bill from increasing.
*Most counties will add from 18 to 23% to your tax bill on July 1. Travis County will only add 3% on July 1 but will add another 15% when they file the lawsuit.