What is meant by Property Tax Foreclosure?

What is meant by Property Tax Foreclosure?

People who own real property in Texas have to pay property taxes. If you get behind in paying your real property taxes, you might lose your home to a tax foreclosure. Here we will explain what a Property Tax Foreclosure is. Billions of dollars of property taxes go...
Options for Paying Property Taxes by the Deadline

Options for Paying Property Taxes by the Deadline

Property taxes in Texas are due by January 31st. If unpaid on February 1st the county will start adding penalties and interest. The penalty starts at 6% and the interest starts at 1% for a total of 7% being added on February 1st. The penalty and interest will increase...
Exemptions for Disabled Veterans

Exemptions for Disabled Veterans

In Texas, like homestead owners who are over the age of 65, property owners who are also Disabled Veterans have several property tax breaks offered to them. Exemptions help save money on property taxes by reducing the taxable value of the property. If you are a...
Property Tax Breaks for Seniors

Property Tax Breaks for Seniors

In general, if you fail to pay property taxes in Texas, there is a possibility of the county foreclosing on your property. Texas authorities calculate the property taxes by multiplying the tax rate by the house’s taxable value. Texas has 254 counties; every...
Frequently Asked Questions on Property Tax Loans

Frequently Asked Questions on Property Tax Loans

It’s no surprise that even though we are familiar with property tax loans, there are many questions that are  left unanswered.  Many people contemplate a property tax loan as a last resort if they struggle to pay their property taxes. This blog has answered some of...