No matter whether you reside in Travis, Williamson or Hays County, paying property taxes is something that all Austin Texas property owners must face. Fortunately, Texas is one of the few states that has one of the lowest tax brackets. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to settle for paying the first tax bill that arrives in your mailbox, especially if you believe that the bill is too high.
One of the factors that contributes most to how high your property taxes are is what your property’s value is assessed at. Commercial and industrial property tends to be assessed and taxed at higher rates in Austin Texas than homeowners’ property. Perhaps part of this is due to the fact that assessing commercial and industrial property is sometimes difficult unless the assessor is a specialist at the equipment in question. The future revenue generation of the equipment as well as any depreciation it’s incurred must also be taken into consideration when arriving at its true market value. No matter whether the property you own in Travis, Williamson or Hays County is commercial or industrial or residential, though, you can call its assessment into question if your property tax bill seems too high.
Assessment Technologies Can Help
If your Austin tax liability seems to be much higher than you think it should be, turn to the experts at Assessment Technologies. Assessment Technologies is dedicated to helping property owners throughout the state of Texas obtain the lowest property taxes possible. We’ll use our unique valuation method to assess your property ourselves, taking into account current market trends and the value of similar properties in the same area where your property is located. We also ensure that you’ve taken advantage of every tax exemption that you’re eligible for in order to reduce your tax bill. If we believe that you property has been overassessed, then we’ll aggressively fight to help you get the amount that you have to pay in property taxes lowered. We’ll provide the state with evidence that backs up our claims and can even end up securing you a refund if you’re already overpaid on your taxes.