Have you received your 2018 commercial property tax assessment? Did the valuation fall outside of where you expected? It could be that the value of your property faced a significant change in 2017 and your local appraisal district (Harris County Appraisal District in the Houston area) missed that change somehow. It is your right as a property owner to protest your commercial property valuation and have an appraisal review board hear your case. You can either go through the appeal process yourself or hire a Houston commercial property tax consultant. But no matter how you go about it, keep in mind, the deadline to submit your appeal for review is May 15th.


If you’d like to appeal your commercial property tax assessment yourself, follow these step-by-step instructions:

  1. File your protest online. Your local appraisal district should have a link on their website. For Houston, you can appeal on the HCAD website.
  2. Research the value of comparable properties and collect evidence to support the assertion your commercial property assessment was too high.
  3. Attend the appraisal review board hearing to present your case.

Commercial Property Tax Consultants

If you’d like to fill out one form and let an expert handle the rest of the process, you need a commercial property tax consultant. Our team of property tax experts has worked closely with the local appraisal district and review boards. We have over 40 years of combined experience assessing property values and providing evidence of potential conflicts between fair value and the assessed value of commercial properties. Best of all, you only have a single form to fill out, and we’ll do the rest. Research property values and attend your appraisal review for you.

We are so confident in our ability to get you results, that we don’t get paid unless we win your commercial property tax appeal. Call today to get started. 281-880-6500

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  1. […] Appeal your property valuation every year. It might sound like a huge hassle, but the appraisal boards have too many properties to keep track of the subtle nuances of changing values that are hyper-local or the result of an unseen change. By following the steps above, you’ll be in great shape for appealing your value – just be sure to file by May 15th each year. […]

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