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It is a Fact – Real Estate Values CHANGE!
Typically, Your Property Is Viewed By:

Yourself

The Appraisal District…

The Texas Constitution – Article 8 – Section 20

FAIR CASH MARKET VALUE NOT TO BE EXCEEDED

No property of any kind in this State shall ever be assessed for ad valorem taxes at a greater value than its fair cash market value nor shall any Board of Equalization of any governmental or political subdivision or taxing district within this State fix the value of any property for tax purposes at more than its fair cash market value;…

The assessed value of your property continues to rise, yet you might believe your value is lower. The County Appraisal District Mass Appraisal value assigned to your property could easily be wrong. If you order an appraisal, you can submit that value as the true and correct market value.

HYPOTHETICAL EXAMPLE

County Assessed Value
$1,000,000.00

Ad Valorem Tax Due
approx. $30,000.00

Market Value Appraisal
$750,000.00

Ad Valorem Tax Due
approx. $22,500.00

Calculated Tax Savings
$7,500.00