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Should You Pay Your Commercial Property Taxes Early?

Posted on November 28, 2022

By Senior Property Tax Consultant, Rodney Hegwood Local taxing authorities send their property tax bills months in advance because most businesses need some time to gather the money to pay them. Like many other business owners, you probably put off paying the bill until close to the due date, but early payment could be the […]

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How to Prepare for 2023 Property Tax Increases

Posted on October 31, 2022

Commercial property taxes in Dallas and throughout the state are among the highest in the nation. In recent years, business owners have been forced to cope with property tax increases in Texas at a time when costs are also rising for supplies, energy, and labor. Options to lower your commercial property taxes may be few, […]

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Texas Property Tax Questions

Posted on September 27, 2022

Commercial property taxes can be confusing for any Texas property owner. At the Hegwood Group, we are a team of property tax consultants dedicated to answering the hard questions about state property tax. If you have a property tax question, we’re here to help! Check out some of the most common questions we hear related […]

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How to Determine your Commercial Property Value

Posted on August 30, 2022

To be honest, placing value on commercial real estate is tricky. Commercial property value depends on many variables, including location, building condition, income potential, and maintenance costs. To arrive at a reasonably accurate valuation, especially if you suspect your property has been over-assessed for tax purposes, you need to figure out the best way to […]

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Top Misconceptions About Protesting Commercial Property Tax

Posted on July 28, 2022

Commercial Property Tax Misconceptions Commercial property tax is a collective financial concern for business owners and investors. The expense is not stable because an appraisal district can alter your tax bill from year to year.  This does not mean that your new taxable value is necessarily accurate. You have the right to protest the value […]

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Forecasting Tips for Your Commercial Property Taxes

Posted on June 28, 2022

Let’s face it! Property taxes are getting more expensive by the year. Even if you plan to protest your upcoming assessment, it’s beneficial to have a forecasting and budgeting plan in place for when it’s time to pay your commercial property taxes. Here’s a look at some of our trusted forecasting tips to help you […]

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