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Your property taxes could increase because of an increase in the appraised value of the real property, or because of a increase in tax rate (also known as millage).
Contact your local revenue commission office to find out if you are responsible for county taxes, and to apply for a homestead exemption.
The county revenue commissioner sends tax notices out as a courtesy.
The property owner may be entitled to a homestead exemption if they: (1) own a single-family residence, and (2) occupy the dwelling as a primary residence on the first day of the tax year for which the application is made for a homestead exemption.
Contact your local county revenue office for more information:
The number of mills an agency charges for taxes is multiplied times the assessed value of the property, and the result is the tax amount due.
For example: $100,000 (Appraised Value) X (Assessment Rate: 10%) = $10,000 (Assessed Value) X .0325 (County Millage Rate) = $325.00 (Tax Amount)