Your property tax bill is based on the assessment done by your local county. It’s normally referred to as “assessed value” In Texas, you have the ability to appeal and overturn the assessor’s property tax assessment.
If you have accurate information, you can appeal your county appraisal taxes and lower your property taxes. If you want to lower your home taxes, you need to show that your home is worth less than the assessed value. And to do so you will need a professional appraisal.
The assessor’s record contains information such as square footage, bedroom and bathroom count, lot size, and condition of the property. If any of this information is incorrect, the assessor’s valuation may be off. If any facts are wrong, then you may have a quick and easy challenge on your hands.