Tax Appeal Services




    Most localities determine your property tax burden based on an advalorem assessment of
    the property's value. Sometimes, as a property owner, you get an unwanted surprise in
    the mail telling you your taxes are going up, and sometimes it may seem as though your
    assessment is too high.

    Often, matters like this can be resolved with a phone call. However, if after discussing
    your assessment with your local taxing authority you continue feeling as though your
    property was overvalued. A professional, independent, third-party appraiser is often your
    best bet in proving your case. That's where we come in.

    There are as many different procedures for appealing assessments as there are property
    taxing districts, so it's important to enlist the help of a professional appraisal firm that's
    experienced and trained with the ins and outs of your particular jurisdiction.

    Please note: It makes sense to do your own research before determining whether to go
    forward with a property assessment appeal, especially before you make the decision to
    hire a professional appraiser. However, according to the Uniform Standards of
    Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), the appraisal we perform will be objective, and
    a opinion of fair market value. If you're right that your property has been overvalued, an
    independent report such as ours will be even more persuasive than any other evidence
    you can marshal on your own, due to our objectivity, training, integrity, and support of
    value.

    Sometimes, you will have a hearing on your assessment appeal and will need for the
    appraiser you've hired to testify on your behalf. The appraiser's at Central Texas
    Appraisals are well trained, experienced appraisers available and willing to defend their
    findings.







           


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