Your Appraisal District has to put a value to every property in its appraisal area. In order to do so, they use a method known as "Mass Appraisal."
The truth is that Appraisal Districts just don't have the personnel to comb through all of their valuations every year and check for over-appraisals so they gave that job to you.
You are given the opportunity to hire a representative to look into your valuation and present your case to the Appraisal Review Board once a year.
This is where we come in. We understand that no one wants to hire someone to look into their property valuation only to find that they were correctly appraised at the start.
That's why Resolute has made the decision to work on commission only. We are willing to take the chance with you. If it turns out that you are over appraised, we will meet with the Appraisal District and negotiate your valuation. If your property is correctly appraised, you won't owe us anything.
The Protest Deadline is May 31st in accordance with The Texas Property Tax Code. Many appraisal districts have a message on their notices that refers to an "Early Deadline." There is no such thing. If you read the fine print you will see that the actual deadline is May 31st. You have not missed your chance to protest as long as you protest by May 31st.
We perform all of these services at no up front cost to You. We work on a contingency—you only pay us after we have achieved a lower tax valuation for you—and then only a portion of the savings.
We'll perform a detailed analysis of your property, comparing it to others in your neighborhood for both equitable appraisal and consistency with recent sales.
We'll file all appropriate paperwork with the Appraisal District on your behalf.
We'll meet with the Appraisal District presenting supporting documentation to negotiate a lower tax valuation for you.
We'll inform you of the results.
Please feel free to contact us at any time regarding your property tax negotiation. We are happy to help you with all of your property tax needs.