Harris County Property Tax Protest Deadline Nearing

Harris County Property Tax Protests Deadline is Approaching

With all that’s going on in the world right now, it’s easy to lose track of important deadlines.

While the Harris County Appraisal District has postponed its property tax workshops and closed its physical offices to the public, the office will continue to accept protests online.

The deadline to file a property tax protest is the later of May 15, 2020, or 30 days after the Notices of Appraised Value are mailed out by the appraisal district.

Are you overpaying?

Incorrect or overestimated appraisals are more common than you think. With over 1.7 million homes to evaluate, the Harris County Tax Assessor’s Office is bound to make mistakes.

If you believe you are paying too much in property taxes, you should consider filing a property tax protest.

At Kensington, we can walk you through the process – start to finish. With a 90% success rate for protests in Harris County, our team is committed to getting you the accurate appraisal you deserve. We have helped countless clients save thousands of dollars in property taxes with little-to-no effort on their part.

The Kensington team coordinates:

  • Paperwork preparation, including e-signature options
  • Arranging the protest filing
  • Representation in negotiations or at a hearing seeking the highest possible reduction

If you win the protest, you may save up to thousands of dollars in taxes while only paying a percentage of the savings as a fee. You don’t have to pay for court costs, appraisals, or legal fees, and your tax reduction will be directly applied to your next property tax bill.

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At Kensington, we are passionate about helping property owners protect the value of their investments by ensuring that they do not pay more than their fair share in property taxes. Our team has deep expertise and a high rate of successful protests.

To learn more about how we can help with your Harris County property tax protest, click on the link below.

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