Property Tax System Basics
Understanding The Property Tax System
Property taxes are local taxes that provide the largest source of money local governments use to pay for schools, streets, roads, police, fire protection and many other services. Texas law establishes the process followed by local officials in determining the value for property, ensuring that values are equal and uniform, setting tax rates and collecting taxes. Texas has no state property tax. The Legislature has authorized local governments to collect the tax. The state does not set tax rates, collect taxes or settle disputes between you and your local governments.
Texas has no state property tax. The Legislature has authorized local governments to collect the tax. The state does not set tax rates, collect taxes or settle disputes between you and your local governments.
The answers to the questions listed below can be found on the Texas State Comptroller’s website:
Who Does What?
What Do They Do?
When Do They Do It?
Where Does the Money Go?
Why Do They Do It?
How Can I Challenge What They Do?
If you would like to know more, please visit the Texas State Comptroller’s Website.
The Appraisal District is giving public notice of the capitalization rate to be used each year to appraise property receiving an exemption under Section11.1825 of the Property Tax Code for Organizations Constructing or Rehabilitating Low-Income Housing: Property Not Previously Exempt.
2020 Low Income Housing Apartment Capitalization Rate: 8%-10%