With rapidly inflating home values, if you're not protesting, you're paying more than your fair share in property taxes.
We handle the entire process for you - filing your protest, crafting your unique case analysis and fighting to reduce your tax burden.
No credit card required.
No service fee until after you've saved money.
If there is no reduction, our services are free.
Forget the headache of paying additional property taxes! Here at Watchtower, we understand Texas property tax laws and how to reduce your taxes. We are your property tax experts throughout Tarrant County.
A.To save money. Consistently protesting can save you thousands in property taxes over the long run by minimizing your yearly tax assessment.
A.Nothing upfront. We only charge 1% of your market value reduction after a successful protest. If your value is not reduced, our services are free.
A.All we need is your authorization, and we will handle the entire process. From filing to presentation, we make the process as hassle-free as possible.
We don’t just file protests; we study the data and discover new ways to save our clients money. We are always updating our technology to feature the latest in protest software and have implemented a results based business model.SEE HOW WE WORK
Authorize an agent to protest your property taxes. This grants authority to present evidence to lower your property taxes.Designate Watchtower Here
We research and analyze the latest comparable property data to craft the most effective case for your reduced property taxes.
The process concludes with Tarrant Appraisal Review Board hearings to weigh the final case with the District's data to come to a final value conclusion
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