Fighting for your right…to a fair property tax assesment

Well, it’s that time of year again when Williamson County Appraisal District appraises my home and makes me feel as though I’m living in California.

“What? My house went up $40,000?! Woohoo!”

Actually, that happened to my personal residence, $38,268 to be exact. Not a bad number, unless the home was appraised at $167,445 last year which would mean a 23% increase in value! They capped it at 10% so that makes it only $184,190. Fortunately, I’ve been contesting my home since the beginning and this number is actually favorable for me.

Need some help lowering your tax appraised value?

Just shoot me an email or give me a call and I’d be happy to help! I’m currently working on the following appraisals and will be posting the results soon:

Boxwood Loop – Appraised for $171,607

Westbury Lane – Appraised for $160,324

Rosebud Lane – Appraised for $214,193

Greenside Lane – Appriased for $182,535

If I have helped you lower your taxes, feel free to post the results in the comments section. I’d love to hear how it turned out for you!

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Comments

  1. Don Eichler says:

    Edward, It is hard to understand when everone else in the U.S. is telling how much values have dropped. Bless you for helping those that do not know what to do. Myself, I just call my son who owns one of the largest real estate tax consulting companies in Texas.

  2. Calling a favor on the son…I can’t wait to do that:) Right now Joshua can help with stuffing envelopes, soon, he’ll be doing the CMA’s:)

  3. Ricki Eichler says:

    I can see Joshua doing that in no time at all!

  4. Oscar Pan says:

    Hey Edward,

    Wei-Chung & I went to Austin and met with the WCAD
    people. They reduced the value of our house by $20K,
    to about $227K :) Thank you very much for your help!

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