Is Your Appraisal Review Board (ARB) Hearing Result Too High?
You can still litigate or arbitrate your property tax value.
You have 60 days to file an Arbitration or Litigation Appeal from the date of receipt of your Appraisal Review Board (ARB) Order of Protest paperwork. Bettencourt Tax Advisors, LLC has an experienced Litigation/Arbitration team that can help you maximize your property tax savings! You can save approximately $25,000 in property taxes for every $1,000,000 reduction in property tax value.
Filing for a litigation or arbitration hearing can be your third and final step in the protest appeal process in Texas. If there is a strong case for a value reduction and the Appraisal Review Board (ARB) did not agree to it in the formal hearing, Bettencourt Tax Advisors can provide litigation management and support, or arbitration services on your behalf.
To qualify for property tax litigation or arbitration:
- Your property must be settled in an Appraisal Review Board (ARB) or correction hearing to be eligible for either arbitration or litigation.
- You must file within 60 days of receipt of your ARB Order of Protest.
- You must have a homestead exemption; or have a commercial or residential property valued below $5 million to qualify for an arbitration.
- All other properties may qualify for litigation.