Resolute Property Tax consultants provide services of property tax relief. We do this by attaining the lowest possible assessed value for your property, therefore attaining lower property taxes for you.
Our property tax consultants perform a detailed analysis specifically tailored to your property, comparing it to others in your neighborhood. We do this for both equitable appraisal and to check consistency with recent sales. From here our property tax consultants will file all the appropriate paperwork with the appraisal district, and then meet with the appraisal district to present supporting documentation to negotiate a lower valuation on your behalf.
This process will include filing protests and other paperwork, informal appraisal hearings, formal Appraisal Review Board hearings, and expert witness in judicial appeals if necessary. If a judicial appeal process is necessary or requested, we have an in-house attorney that will assist in the litigation process. Our property tax consultants will do everything in their service to work with the attorney to bring the best suit possible before the appraisal district.
Here is an example:123 Maple St. is given a noticed ad valorem assessment value of $100,000 by the Tarrant Appraisal District. This particular home is located in an area with a 3% tax rate. The property tax due for this home, pending no petitions or exemptions, is $3,000. A Resolute property tax consultant petitions for an appraisal review and finds evidence that the value of the home is really $85,000. If the Tarrant Appraisal District agrees with that argument the home’s value is changed creating a lower property tax of $2,550 for the taxpayer. This is a 15% savings in property taxes due amounting to $450. We bill 50%, so you save $225 without ever lifting a finger.
Tarrant Appraisal District (TAD) is a political subdivision of Texas that is responsible for establishing and maintaining Tarrant county appraisals for property taxes for all commercial and residential property in TAD. The Tarrant Appraisal District is governed by a board of directors selected by the taxing entities in the Tarrant Appraisal District. The Tarrant Appraisal District is different than the Appraisal Review Board (ARB) in that the ARB has no role in daily operations of the appraisal district. Its function is to hear and resolve taxpayer property tax protests, determine challenges from the taxing units, make property tax exemption determinations, and correct property tax motions. The Tarrant Appraisal District was established in 1980, and on average deals with 105,000 protests per year.
Please feel free to contact us at any time regarding your property tax negotiation. We are happy to help you with all of your property tax needs.