At Resolute, our property tax consultants are willing to take a chance with you. We work on contingency. You only pay us after we have achieved lower property taxes for you, and even then only a percentage of the savings. If your property taxes are correctly appraised, you do not owe us anything.
So how do we work? So glad you asked.
Hiring a Resolute property tax consultant for property tax relief will make the property tax process very simple for you. Your Resolute property tax consultant must file the protest between May 1 and May 31. From there we will prepare a case for you and attend your hearings. We take care of everything for you then communicate the results.
We’ve analyzed tens of thousands of properties and property tax protests, and we’ve learned several things. First, we found that the majority of properties are entitled to lower property taxes. Second, there are many factors that can affect the taxpayer’s property tax protest outcome. Depending on the availability of the appraiser, ARB members, and overall waiting queue a hearing process can take anywhere from 15 minutes to several hours. Additionally, property tax appraisers and ARB members are more inclined to listen to arguments from a property tax consultant than property owners.
The service our property tax consultants provide is not just of convenience, but a service of expertise. Through using advanced property tax evaluation software, we create an assessment of your property’s true market value, provide an expert analysis of that value assessment, and present that information to the appraisal district in an efficient and effective way. Your Resolute property tax consultant will do everything necessary to settle the property tax protest in the informal hearing, and we will not settle for any value that does not seem appropriate.
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.