Do You Have the Desire to Cut Your Property Taxes in Montgomery County?

If “yes” then continue reading below.

To our surprise, only 1 in 10 property owners challenges their property tax year over year, regardless, these numbers are going to rise in the Montgomery County appraisal district this year.

In Montgomery County, home sale prices are not open record, therefore, it is the appraisers responsibility to decide the proper estimated value of the property. This protocol  can prompt a few mistakes in the determination of property value and estimated value.

Two Distinct Factors to Consider:

  1. Market Value
  2. Appraised Value

What Do You Need to Do Today in Order to Cut Your Property Taxes in Montgomery County?

Unless you have the time and know how to handle this yourself, it is advisable to hire a savvy legal advisor who has years of experience handling  property tax protest cases in Fort Bend County. It is also imperative the documents required are filed before the May 31st due date.  In fact, it is a good idea to file early for the best outcome.

To inquire about lowering your property taxes in Montgomery County, contact the Law Firm of Yong J. An today, call or content Yong 24/7 at (832) 428-5679 (call or text). 

Montgomery Central Appraisal District