Waller County Appraisal District Mailing Address
900 13th Street
Hempstead, TX 77445
P.O. Box 887
Hempstead, TX 77445-0887
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Phone: (979) 921-0060
Fax: (979) 921-0377.
WALLER CAD’s Phone Number: (979)921-0060
What appraisal district is Katy in?
Waller County Appraisal District is responsible for appraising all real and business personal property within Waller County. The district appraises property according to the Texas Property Tax Code and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP).
How much can property taxes increase per year in Texas?
According to state law, the taxable value for a homestead cannot increase more than 10 percent a year. That 10 percent cap is why our net appraised value for 2022 is preliminarily pegged at $409,372, not $656,039.
What is Waller County property tax rate?
2019 tax rate: $0.662225
How do you protest property taxes?
Property owners can file a protest through the mail or by putting it in a dropbox, at the addresses listed on the district’s website. Or they can file it via the district’s online portal, which they can also use to submit evidence to support their case that their property should have been valued lower than it was.
How do I know if my homestead exemption was approved in Texas?
So how can you easily find out if you have a homestead exemption? At the Harris County Appraisal District website of www.hcad.org you can look up your account and see which if any exemptions have been applied to your account.
What is homestead cap loss in Texas?
What is “Homestead Cap Loss”? Your residence homestead is protected from future appraisal value increase in excess of 10% per year from the date of the last appraisal plus the value of any new improvements.
Are property taxes high in Texas?
How Much Are Property Taxes in Texas? According to recent research, the property tax rate in Texas is one of the highest in the USA, with the average homeowner paying around one-third more than the national average.
What are reasons to protest property taxes in Texas?
If a taxpayer is dissatisfied with the appraised value or the appraisal records are wrong, they can file a notice of protest with the appraisal review board. The Tarrant Appraisal District has a website where taxpayers can file a protest if: The appraised value of the property is too high.