Texas property taxes rank the second highest in the United States! Texans need property tax loans as an option to help pay for exorbitant taxes.
TPTLA member, Home Tax Solutions, provides a simple explanation regarding your property taxes.
Local tax rate hearings are part of a system designed to encourage Texans to participate and voice their opinions about proposed rates.
The Texas Senate’s Select Committee on Property Tax Reform & Relief recently held a series of interim hearings all across the state.
It is crucial that property tax loans remain an option for Texas property owners as Travis County predicts higher tax bills next year.
5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules that property tax loans are not ‘credit’ subject to federal lending laws.
Thousands of Williamson County residents opened their mail this week to find their home's appraisal value had sharply increased. Across Texas, city and county property tax levies have increased at a much faster rate than the median household income.
Wondering what happens to the money you pay in property taxes?
In an analysis of Senate Bill 525 of the 84th Texas Legislative session, Bill Peacock, Vice President of Research and Director of the Center for Economic Freedom, explains why tax lien transfers must remain an option for Texas property owners.
Property taxes in Texas are higher than almost anywhere in the U.S.
Texas Public Policy Foundation has issued a report highlighting the continued need to keep property tax lien transfers as a viable option for property owners in Texas.