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Harris County Property Taxes

Published by Research Editor on October 28th, 2011 - in Harris, Local taxes

Harris County has collected its property tax information on a single website, hcad.org. This website is well organized to help you with your property taxes in Harris County. The Resources tab is probably the best place to start browsing. It lists links within its own website to important pages, like information about protests before the ARB, the tax calendar for Harris County, and homeowners exemptions.

Also of interest on the site:

Tarrant County Property Taxes

Published by Research Editor on September 3rd, 2011 - in Local taxes, Tarrant

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Is your property in Tarrant County? The county’s two websites–Tarrant Appraisal District and Tarrant County–provide a wealth of information that you may find useful:

You can pay your Tarrant County property taxes online. However, there is a convenience fee charged by credit card companies.

Search for your property tax account. You can see your current property tax statement, pay your taxes online, and see the tax history for your property. My home, for example, started with $2,700 in property taxes and peaked in 2008 with $4,200 in property taxes.

Access forms and applications online, including exemption, notice of protest, and rendition forms.

The Tax Estimator Calculator lets you see how your Tarrant county property taxes would change if the value of your house changed, if your exemptions changed, or if you lived in a different city or school district.Payment options. All taxpayers in Tarrant county can choose to play half their taxes before December 1 and the other half by July 1. This is a good option if you are unable to pay the balance by January 31 but do not wish to get a property tax loan.

See the protest process for Tarrant County. While we have a general overview of the protest process on FYPLLC.com, each county has its specific processes.

Tarrant County tax rates for each taxing entity (cities, towns, school districts, college, hospital, and water districts).

Deed history cards. Instead of trekking to downtown Fort Worth to view deed history cards, you can view them online. These show property tax records, ownership, and property history prior to 1984.
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