What types of properties are assessed?
Property Values for 2020-2021 Property Taxes were determined as on January 1, 2020, and are not necessarily reflective of current market conditions. Any impact to market value brought on by the COVID-19 Pandemic will be reflected in next year's property taxes.
Please remember, you cannot appeal the amount of your property taxes. You may only appeal the value of your property if you feel it is incorrect. If you decide to appeal, please keep in mind that you are appealing the value as of January 1, 2020.
Not all value reductions from an appeal will result in tax savings.
For more information, please contact our office.
County appraisers determine your property's values via a variety of methods. Why is there an appraiser at my house?
- Property Assessment FAQs--Learn more about appraisal and how the assessor determines Real Market Value and Assessed Value
- How your taxes are calculated--Answers to frequently asked questions about tax rates and tax bills
- Multcoproptax.com--View/print your tax statement and look up properties.
- Taxgraph.multco.us--See a graph of the last five years of your property value and taxes.
If you disagree with the value county appraisers have given to your property, you may appeal your property value. You cannot appeal how much you owe in taxes, only how much your property has been valued. If your appeal is successful and the value of your house decreases, you may pay lower taxes. Appeals must be filed by December 31 of the year in which your property was assessed.
Your property value may be eligible for a reduction of value, possible leading to a reduction of taxes under the following circumstances: