Property tax loans allow Texas residential and commercial property owners to avoid accruing significant potential county interest, taxes, fees, and penalties on their delinquent property taxes. We realize the stress brought by unpaid property taxes, and our process is designed to eliminate that stress and pay your taxes in a matter of days.Play Video
If you’re having difficulty paying your property taxes for your home, Propel can provide the remedy you need. Our residential property tax consultants can provide you a solution needed to help avoid potential further county penalties and interest (and even foreclosure). We structure our loans with affordable monthly payments that allow you to regain control of your financial situation.Learn More
Commercial property owners in Texas pay some of the highest property taxes in the country. Propel understand the cyclical nature of small businesses and the seasonal cash needs of small business and commercial property owners. Propel’s commercial loans are designed to provide maximum flexibility and minimum cash outlay.Learn More
**Please note: Based on tax penalties in Texas counties excluding Travis County. Attorney’s fees are purely an estimation and may be higher.
Before your taxes are due, a tax lien is placed on your property by your local taxing authorities. On February 1st, the taxing authority begins charging interest and penalties with every passing month. These charges add up quickly - as the above chart illustrates. And as long as the taxes remain unpaid, the taxing authority can foreclose on the property.
This is why tax loans are a good option for many property owners. A property tax loan stops your tax bill from increasing and prevents the county from foreclosing. And as you make affordable monthly payments, your balance begins to decrease until you pay off your loan.
For the past eleven years, Propel has helped over 50,000 property owners throughout Texas find affordable, cost-effective solutions to paying their property taxes.Learn More
Texas property taxes are enacted at the county level -- they are used to fund services like roads, schools, hospitals, and emergency services.