A prominent doctor who became a client of Property Tax Protest last year had protested his property tax value to the Denton Appraisal Review Board unsuccessfully three years ago. He was frustrated by the difficult process and by the time it took away from his practice. So, when his value was increased by Denton Appraisal District two years ago, he didn’t file a protest and he was saddled with the higher taxes. Last year we negotiated a reduction in the doctor’s taxable value back almost (but not quite) to the assessed value of two years ago.
We protest our client’s taxable value every year – whether the appraisal district increases the value or not. Our clients rest easy knowing that their taxable value won’t increase through oversight or neglect. See also Should I protest to the ARB even if I won a reduction in last year’s taxable value?
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