Ownwell, the leading online solution to help commercial and residential property owners save money on property taxes, has expanded its Texas presence just in time to help the state’s property owners deal with surging assessments. On average, residential customers save 12% and commercial customers save 16.8% through Ownwell’s protest service, a combination of personalized service from local property tax experts and best-in-class software.
With tax season in full swing, Ownwell moves its headquarters to Austin to ensure Texans pay fair and accurate property taxes
On average, residential customers save 12% and commercial customers save 16.8% through Ownwell’s protest service, a combination of personalized service from local property tax experts and best-in-class software
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As Texans receive notices on the appraised value of their property, many can expect some sticker shock. Major metro areas across the state are already warning homeowners about big spikes in home values, which will cause a substantial increase in property tax bills.
Houston: The Harris County Appraisal District says that the average home value increase was 21%, while the average apartment value rose 24%. “Value increases this year have been unprecedented,” said Roland Altinger, HCAD’s chief appraiser, in a statement. “In my almost 40 years in the real estate business, I have never, ever seen such large increases in market values.”
San Antonio: Home appraisals in Bexar County are up nearly 28% since last year. The average sales price of a home jumped from $273,001 in 2020 to $312,555 last year, according to the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University. Click to read more at www.businesswire.com.