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Important Notice:

From May 9, 2019 onward, those using our website sign-up forms MUST ALSO protest the assessed value of their property with the County Appraisal District. Due to processing delays of forms from this website, this firm will not be able to protest the assessed value before the protest deadline. To protest the assessed value, simply write a letter to the Appraisal Review Board of your County Appraisal District stating:

Date Letter

Honorable Chairman
Appraisal Review Board
(Insert County Appraisal District’s Name & Address)

I, the owner of the property located at (insert address), protest its market value and/or equitably, and request an Appraisal Review Board hearing. Please send me a hearing date/time and location for the hearing.

Sincerely
Sign the letter
Print your name
Your Address

and mail it to the address for the County Appraisal District. It is wise to keep a copy of the letter and send it by certified mail. When you receive the hearing date/time, please let Texas Property Tax Consultants Inc. know by writing us an email at Info@PropertyTaxDFW.com.

Service Area

We serve property owners in the Texas counties of Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, Denton, Rockwall, and Ellis as our normal service area. Our firm currently represents properties in 40 Texas counties. For properties outside of our normal service area, we have completed our representation by phone and affidavits. The firm is currently developing liaisons in various areas of the state of Texas to provide personal representation at the local Central Appraisal Districts. Contact us about serving your properties outside of the DFW area.

Sign Up Form and Process

Please complete the fields below. After pushing submit, the completed Appointment of Agent and Authorization/Fee Agreement will be available for your signature via DocuSign. Once signed, you will receive an emailed copy for your records. If you have any questions, please contact our office and we will be glad to assist.
Note: There are exceptions including: untimely receipt of appraised value notice, property over 1/3 over appraised, and just cause for failure to timely file protest. Per state law, you must sign up before the May 15th cut off date.
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