What May Be Protested? You may protest if you disagree with any of the Collin County appraisal district’s actions concerning your property. This generally includes such things as appraised values, exemptions, special appraisal and errors.

When is the Protest Deadline? You must file a written protest no later than May 31 or 30 days after the Collin County appraisal district mailed a notice of appraised value to you, whichever date is later. Note that the deadline is 30 says after they MAIL the notice, not the receipt of it.

There are a number of reasons that you can protest your appraisal:

¨ If you believe the value assigned to your home by the County appraisal District is incorrect.

¨ If you believe the County Appraisal District appraised your home at a higher portion of its value than most properties.

¨ If the chief Appraisal District failed to provide notice that the value of your home changed.

¨ If the chief appraiser denied an exemption application.

IMPORTANT: We are working on Comparative Market Analysis for homeowners to provide comparatives to use for protesting…Call me and we can discuss how your home fits into the current assessment as provided by the Collin County Assessment District.

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