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Will be mailed May 15, 2020 and Protest deadline will be June 15th.
They will not have the come in and discuss with an appraiser this year but instead will attempt to answer questions and resolve any disputes by e-file, phone and mail. If an agreement is not reached on a protest they will begin around July 6th but the exact procedure is not yet planned out.
TheDallas Central Appraisal District's office will continue to be closed through April 30th.The appraisal notice and protest process is still under review and the timetable has not yet been determined. Once appraisal notices are released, the protest deadline will be 30 days from that date for everyone, regardless of whether a notice was mailed to you. The link below is the page that they will keep updated.
New Home Owner Homestead Exemption(If you lived in your home on January 1st you'll file the first year by April 30th)
If you have received your tax valuation and it's blue look in the top right corner for your e-file pin this will allow you to protest online. Otherwise, you'll need to either mail or file in person. If you have been receiving our Your Neighborhood yearly updates you will already have all the sold comparable prices you need to take with you. If you haven't enrolled click link to the left to sign up then contact Alicia to get last year's sold comparable homes sent to you! We're here to help you not just buy and sell but with everything related to home ownership!
•Using the 2018-19 Adopted Tax Rates and the 2018 Average Home Value, this assumes that the General Homestead Exemptions were taken for the City of Plano (20%), for PISD ($25,000), Collin County (5%), and CCCCD (greater of $5,000 or 1%).
•Out of the 68.4% PISD tax payment, approximately 27% or $1,272 is recaptured by the State of Texas to be allocated to other school districts under the Robin Hood Plan.
Appraisal protest trend continues as assessments rise Article from great local paper Community Impact Newspaper
The annual property value protest season has come and gone in Lake Travis-Westlake, but a Community Impact Newspaper analysis of Travis County appraisal data found over recent years, as values move upward, a steady number of homeowners are protesting appraisal notices to save a few dollars on their tax bill.