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Property Tax Protest

One of your most important rights as a taxpayer is your right to protest rising assessed tax values. You may protest if you disagree with the appraisal district value or any of the appraisal district’s actions concerning your property.

What Can Be Protested?
Determination of Appraised or Market Value Unequal Appraisal of Property Wrongful inclusion of an Owner’s Property Denial in whole or part of an exemption Determination that the person is the owner of the property Any other action that adversely affects the property owner

Our real estate advisors will help you determine the value of your property by performing a Comparable Assessment Analysis and a Comparable Market Analysis after personally evaluating your property.

The Comparable Assessment Analysis; sometimes referred to as Equity Analysis, compares your property assessed value with the assessed values of similar homes in your neighborhood. The Comparable Market Analysis compares your homes assessed value with sale prices of similar houses in your neighborhood. Per appraisal standards, both make adjustments for physical differences between the subject and comparable properties.

Our CPA will:
Analyze existing assessments Research, prepare and file protest on your behalf Represent you, the Owner, in the Protest/ARB hearing.


  • Protest your tax assessed values every year.