BTA will manage your BPP deadlines, file your rendition and if necessary file a protest on your behalf. Should it be necessary to file a protest for you, BTA will represent you at the informal hearing, the formal hearing, and the judicial appeal should you choose to litigate.
Retain your I-File Number then contact BTA's Commercial Services team at 713-263-6100 on Friday, May 18th.
Sign-Up Today! We have walk-in Wednesdays throughout January, February, and March for you to visit with one of our consultants one-on-one about your property tax issues. If you cannot make it on Wednesdays contact our customer service team to schedule an appointment.
"Walk-in Wednesdays" is a great opportunity to review any issues you have. Our consultants are in hearings starting in April, so sign up today and take advantage of this great program!
If you have any questions, please contact our commercial service team at CommercialServices@btanow.com.
Typically, you have 30 days from the day you receive your notice from the Appraisal District for a protest to be filed on your property appraisal, or May 15th at the county appraisal district, in general. Please sign up immediately upon receipt of your notice to ensure your protest is filed on time. You can protest accounts certified after May 15th. Contact BTA for assistance.
You will receive e-mails from BTA about additional information that might be needed for your hearing, hearing results, and judicial appeal and arbitration deadlines.
Call BTA. We will work with the Appraisal District to rectify any incorrect information shown on your property record. This would be done while protesting your property value and could contribute to lowering the appraised value on your property.
We have a dedicated BPP team that can review your exemption oprions, assessment notices, and BPP history; as well as file corrections, if needed.
If you need additional information, please call BTA at (713)263-6100, or e-mail us at CommercialServices@btanow.com.