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How To Protest Property Taxes - O'Connor

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How To Protest Property Taxes - O'Connor

Are you being charged more in taxes for not protesting yearly? This is true, and there are many ways to avoid this. Visit https://www.poconnor.com/how-to-protest-property-taxes/ to know how.

How To Protest Property Tax

It’s your right to challenge the system!



You have a right to lower property taxes! State law prescribes a procedure for protesting the assessed value of your property. We provide a property tax reduction service to residential homeowners in exchange for a contingency fee of 50 percent of all property taxes saved through administrative hearings or judicial appeal, for that tax year.

Protest Your Property Taxes With O'Connor


Receive your yearly tax appraisal and review it

Does it look right? Want to reduce it more? Contact an agent to help you appeal. Like O’Connor. Any agent who presents an appeal on your behalf must be a Licensed Tax Consultant in the State of Texas or possess another related real estate license.


Our team at O’Connor:

  • Analyzes existing assessments
  • Researches prepares and presents appeals on your behalf at informal hearings
  • Coordinates a mutually agreed lawsuit if appropriate

You are not billed for court costs, appraisals, expert witness fees, or legal fees. You pay us only if we reduce your taxes!

Property Tax Protection Program – every practical effort is made to reduce your property taxes, including appeals to the highest appropriate level each year, whether that is to the informal hearing, appraisal review board hearing, binding arbitration or coordinating a judicial appeal.

  • You never pay a nickel for anything unless we reduce your property taxes.
  • Assist you with exemption questions and applications at no cost.
  • Work with you to confirm the appraisal district is not overstating the size or condition or grade of your home.
  • Discuss photos and other documentation that can make a real difference in your results.

The Property Tax Protection Program includes reviewing all accounts for binding arbitration and then filing binding arbitration or coordinating a judicial appeal for about 4,000 to 8,000 accounts. There are two options after the appraisal review board: 1) binding arbitration is best for accounts under $5 million (except no limit on homesteads) where there is clear evidence of an error in market value, and 2) judicial appeals are frequently coordinated for commercial over $750,000 and residential over $1,500,000.

  • The largest reduction O’Connor obtained in binding arbitration for a house is more than $10 million.

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