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4 Mistakes and Misconceptions Made About Property Tax Appeals

Posted on October 30, 2018

When you believe that you are overpaying on your personal property tax, you may make swift moves towards an appeal. Although most Dallas property owners know that the process exists, there are still several misconceptions about the process that could leave you with a lot of money on the table. Thinking You Don’t Have to […]

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How to Protect Your Commercial Property From Market Fluctuations

Posted on September 21, 2018

It is common knowledge that real estate property tax fluctuates. Homes are remodeled, property values are reassessed on a regular basis, and people are on the constant hunt for a new home. However, when commercial property taxes fluctuate based on the market, things can seem a little more complex. Many commercial businesses remain in place […]

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Common Property Tax Assessment Mistakes

Posted on September 1, 2018

A property tax bill is something that many homeowners wish they could challenge in order to avoid paying a large amount of cash to the county every year. Here are some examples of the top three assessment mistakes and what you can do if you think your property tax bill has fallen victim. While many […]

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Real Estate Capital Gains Tax 101

Posted on August 28, 2018

Dallas homeowners pay property tax every year and may have a good idea of how tax law works and the deductions they can take. However, one area that seems to be gray for people selling their primary residence is the real estate capital gains tax. Before you sell your home and being to make plans […]

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3 Reasons You Could Be Exempt from Property Tax

Posted on August 15, 2018

Property tax exemption may seem like a fairy tale for most homeowners. However, there are some ways that you can qualify for a property tax exemption. Property owners in Texas must apply for their exemptions, so nothing is guaranteed. However, prior to filling out an application or meeting with a property tax consultant, it is […]

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4 Questions Answered About Sales and Use Tax

Posted on July 30, 2018

Sales and use tax is one of the most common encounters in retail. When a person goes out and purchases an item, they are used to paying the tax on what they buy. This is known to the average individual as the sales tax and is very familiar to most shoppers. However, when combined with […]

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