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Houston Ranks in Top 10 U.S. Market for Home Sellers

Home sellers could make out like bandits this year in Houston, as the region ranked No. 8 on ZipRealty’s Top 10 Best Cities for Home Sellers.

The study — which is based on housing market trends in 24 metro areas in the United States — ranked the markets based on the performance of median home sales, number of days houses stayed on the market and total housing inventory, according to the research conducted by California-based ZipRealty Inc. (Nasdaq: ZIPR)

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How to Protest Your Property Taxes and Win

If you want to go it alone, here’s some help. To us, it is worth $69 bucks to prevent all of this work, but you’re your own person. A bit of this article is out-dated as ISD ratios are no longer provided.

Why We Fight

It needs to be maintained every year whether it moves up or down.

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Property Tax Increase, More Jobs Part of Austin Budget Plan

The typical Austin household would pay $173 more in city taxes, utility bills and other fees next year under the 2013-14 budget that city officials proposed Thursday.

Austin’s property tax rate would grow from 50.29 cents per $100 of property value to 51.14 cents. For the owner of a median-value home of $185,133 that would mean a city bill of $947, a $50 increase over this fiscal year, when the median-value home was $178,327.

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Houston’s Property Values on the Rise

HOUSTON (KTRK) — Jeff Ehling — The Houston economy is booming, strong home sales, more jobs, the fastest growing economy in the nation, sounds great…one draw back, property taxes are once again going up.

Houston’s real estate story is impressive. It’s had 22 months of increasing sales. The employment picture is great. Last year, the city saw more than 95,000 jobs created.

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Property Taxes vs Sales Tax

What do you think? Would you rather pay property taxes, or sales tax? It seems this debate is moving up and down the state as folks start hitting the campaign trail. We’d rather pay more in sales taxes than property taxes. The reason is simple, of course. We have control over what we purchase.

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Texas Property Tax Bills

Hi all,

I just wanted to give you a quick reminder to pay your property tax bills before December 31st 2013 so you can deduct them on your 2013 Federal Income taxes. Don’t miss the chance to save money now. As you’re paying those bills, remember that each year you’re able to protest your property value and hopefully pay less than the appraisal districts think you should pay.

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We’re so confident in our evidence reports that we offer a money back guarantee. If you protest your property’s value, using our report, and the county doesn’t lower it after you attend your formal hearing, we’ll buy that report back from you. That’s a bold statement and we stand by it.

Though we plan to support your county, each county releases their evaluation data to the public at different times. Currently, we don’t have the data for this county. However, you can sign up to be notified as soon as it’s available.


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