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.
January 31st is the deadline to pay 2018 property taxes. After that day penalties and interest begin to be added to your total amount owed to the government. These fees start at 7% in the first month on February 1st and can grow to astronomical numbers very quickly if ignored. Propel Tax is here to help you. We know not everyone is able to pay that big bill when it comes due. You shouldn’t have to pay increasing fees to the government and risk foreclosure because of it.
“I didn’t know it would be this easy to take care of my taxes. If I had known this, I would have applied earlier and saved the stress. You all were helpful to me, and made sure I wouldn’t lose my home to anyone else.” — Rose S.
The first step is understanding your tax bill. You can read our blog post where we break down the process of finalizing your tax bill here. The next step is finding out how to stop the amount owed to the county from increasing month-on-month. That’s where Propel comes in. Propel will clear your debt from the government while offering extremely competitive interest rates that will be fixed for the life of your plan.
What’s more, is there won’t be any upfront out-of-pocket costs. We understand money is tight and want to come up with a plan that works for your budget.
Before it’s too late, we recommend you contact your county tax assessor online or in person to make sure you’re aware of what you’ll be asked to pay. If you need assistance come January 31st to avoid delinquency, we’ll be ready to help set up a plan that is right for you. Give us a call at 877.324.8445 and we’d be happy to provide you with the resources that you need to in order to have peace of mind.
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.