Did the appraised value of your property go up? Do you think that value is unfair? If you answered yes to those questions, it's time to file a protest with your central appraisal district. And don't delay—protests in many Texas counties are due May 31.
The Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts has posted a "Property Taxpayer Remedies" PDF that covers the basics.
The process includes:
- Filing a protest with your appraisal district within the designated time period
- Attending an informal hearing to see if your differences can be quickly resolved
- Appearing before an appraisal review board, if your protest is not resolved at the informal hearing.
For more information about protesting your appraised value, visit the website of the Texas…