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Texas Property Tax News You Need to Know

Posted on June 4, 2015

Discussion of tax rates often revolve around income tax and state sales and use tax, but recent discussion within the state government has focused on property tax rates around Texas. Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick spent time as a senator trying to halt property tax increases but was unsuccessful against the strong lobbying efforts of various […]

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Property Tax Consulting: Homestead Exemption

Posted on April 21, 2015

In a previous blog, I discussed one of the common ways to reduce the taxable assessment on your real estate, which is to file a protest with the Appraisal Review Board. Every county in Texas will hear hundreds of protests every year and many property owners will walk away with a lower assessment. However, filing […]

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Property Tax Assessment Appeals

Posted on December 3, 2014

As the economy improves, the real estate market improves as well.  On a national level, Texas continues to rank as one of the best state economies.  There are various factors that contribute to the Texas economy but affordable housing and a relative low‐cost of living are prime factors.  Texans reap many benefits to this growing […]

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What are Texas Property Taxes in Texas & How Do I Lower Them?

Posted on November 26, 2014

Texas Property Taxes 101: From The Hegwood Group For those of you who are not current homeowners or have ever owned your own home, consider this your “Taxes 101” online course from the property tax consultants at the Hegwood Group. If you have owned a home before, enjoy this brief refresher on ways to lower […]

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Texas Property Tax Statements

Posted on September 29, 2014

As October 1st approaches in Texas, there are many things that come to mind that make this a great time of year. The temperature drops below 90 degrees; the State Fair of Texas opens in Dallas; high school, college and pro football is underway; and property tax statements begin to appear in your mailbox.  Well, […]

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