Property Consulting Group is a commercial property tax consulting company located in Houston, Texas. PCG’s property tax consultants are experienced professionals whose mission is to ensure that our clients’ commercial properties are assessed at no more than a fair and equitable valuation. We have successfully performed real estate and business personal property protests through all administrative levels and achieved further reductions through ad valorem litigation support services and binding arbitration appeals.

Commercial Property Tax Appeals

Our most commonly sought-after service is Houston commercial property tax appeals. Appealing your property tax assessment can be a time-consuming task, but a worthy one. When you choose professional tax consultants to handle it for you, you don’t have to spend time gathering evidence of your property value and attending hearings to present that evidence. Fill out one form for us, and we will take it from there.

If your property is especially complex due to natural disasters, changing occupancies, or other extenuating circumstances, our team can guide the way. Our consultants are well-versed in the complex nature of Houston property taxes and will be able to advise you down the right path. Check out our entire list of property tax services.

Do you have questions about your commercial property tax assessment or the property tax appeal process? Please contact us with your name, phone number, and property address. Our commercial property tax consultants will be happy to answer your questions and address your concerns at any time.

As a reminder, the deadline to file a commercial property tax appeal in Texas is generally May 15th.


No Disaster Exemptions for Texas Property Taxes for COVID-19

Due to the overwhelming damage and loss of property in the Houston area after Hurricane Harvey, some property owners received a break on their property tax bill.

The law provides 15-100% in property tax exemptions for properties damaged in a natural disaster, depending on the extent of the damage.

COVID-19 Does Not Qualify for Disaster Relief for Property Taxes

However, despite a declared disaster in the state, due to COVID-19, there will not be tax exemption property tax relief. Many believe, including Governor Abbott, that the largest form of relief may come in the form of reduced property tax rates for 2020.

The law was written to help property owners suffering losses due to natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, or wildfires. According to State Attorney General, Ken Paxton, it does not apply to the medical disaster of the COVID-19 pandemic.

We do encourage anyone who feels their property has been assessed inaccurately, to protest their property taxes. The assessment is based on how your property stood on January 1st. The deadline for your tax appeal is May 15th each year. Call or contact us today to get started. 281-880-6500

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