Before you get your tax bill, you will receive an “Assessment Notice” from the Property Appraisal office. This notice will show the appraised value of your property, which also will be used to calculate the amount of your next tax bill.
The Board of Assessors and their staff are required by law to investigate and determine the location, ownership, and fair market value of all taxable property. Failure to comply with this state law could result in costly penalties to the county and consequently passed on to the taxpayer.
Many property owners have questions about their property appraisals. Some typical concerns are addressed in the following questions and answers.