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How to Present Your Case at an ARB Hearing
Monday, 11 May 2009

As part of its expanded outreach program, the Comptroller of Public Accounts' Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) has released a training video to assist homeowners in presenting their case at an appraisal review board (ARB) hearing.

The video is designed to help homeowners be more organized in their hearing, which ought to help reduce the time spent in hearings before the ARB and should also help set reasonable expectations about the hearing process.

Link: How to Present Your Case at an ARB Hearing: A Guide for Homeowners

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 09 April 2014 )
New Website Feature: Plat Search
Thursday, 07 May 2009

We've implemented a new plat search system, which you can find linked on the left menu. This new system provides a more flexible way to locate abstracts and subdivisions.

Property detail pages now contain a link to the plat associated with the property if we have a plat on file for that abstract/subdivision.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 07 May 2009 )
Appraisal District Boundary is the County Boundary
Monday, 24 March 2008

Effective January 1, 2008, HB 1010 requires an appraisal district's boundary to be the same as that of the County in which it resides.  This means that each appraisal district will only appraise properties located in the county in which they serve, resulting in a single property appraisal.  Additionally, this will benefit the taxpayer by limiting the need to conduct appraisal related business with multiple appraisal districts.  There will be only one place to file exemptions, value disputes, notice of mailing address corrections, ownership updates...etc. 

As a result of this law, all appraisal information concerning property located outside the Denton County boundary is no longer appraised by Denton CAD.  For appraisal information on properties located outside of Denton County, please contact the appraisal district in which the property is located.  

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Last Updated ( Monday, 24 March 2008 )
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