It’s often said that you don’t have to do anything in life except die and pay taxes, and neither is something that most people really want to do. Since there is no way to avoid either one, it may help you to know what you get for the Tarrant County property taxes that you have to pay each year.
The Real Estate Center at the Texas A&M University reports that more than 50% of collected property taxes provide support for the public education system. Additionally, the city streets and county roads that your customers travel to reach your place of business are built and maintained by your taxes. Your suppliers who haul the goods that you sell use them as well, making it possible for you to have a business and to participate in commerce.
In the event of a fire on your commercial property, you get a direct benefit from the services of the first responders who are paid with your tax dollars, and the police who keep the streets safe are likewise compensated. Maintaining the heavy equipment used in fighting fires, law enforcement vehicles, and stations requires a budget allocation that depends on commercial as well as residential property taxes.
The counties in Texas bear the responsibility of funding public services, providing a motivation for making sure that you pay your commercial property taxes on time. The budget requirements are set after a lengthy period of evaluation and review, and the county expects to receive tax payments so that the work that depends on them can continue.
Meeting your obligation to pay taxes is a burden you are required to carry, but you can get relief imposed by deadlines by applying for a commercial property tax loan at Propel Tax. Call 1-877-324-8445 to talk to a property tax loan specialist to establish your property tax loan eligibility.
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.