The Comptroller's office does not have access to your local property appraisal or tax information. Texas has no state property tax. The state does not set tax rates, collect taxes or settle disputes between you and your local taxing units. Most questions about your property appraisal or property tax should be addressed to your county's appraisal district or tax office.
The Comptroller's Property Tax Assistance Division is primarily limited to education, advising and monitoring services. Select a property tax topic below to email PTAD for more information.
You can contact PTAD by mail at:Comptroller of Public Accounts
The Comptroller's office cannot provide legal advice. Legal advice means interpreting or applying the law to a particular situation. You will need to contact an attorney if you need assistance interpreting or applying the law concerning property tax issues.
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