With Tarrant County Appraisal District releasing the 2022 proposed market value on April 15th, we are seeing significant increases since last year. In the DFW market home prices were up 27% from January 2021 to January 2022 according to a March report by S&P CoreLogic Case Shiller Home Price Index, which many consider more reliable than sales data from real estate agents. The Case Shiller report notes this is the fastest growth ever recorded by its index for North Texas. It compares with nationwide home price increases at 19%, which is the strongest January year over year increase ever recorded by Case Schiller.
If there was ever a year to make sure you kept your property taxes under control, this is the year to do it. Search for your home's 2022 property value on the Tarrant CAD website.
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