Did You Receive Your 2022 Notice Of Appraised Value

Dated: April 22 2022

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If you are like most homeowners in our area, you may have recently been shocked when you opened your 2022 Notice of Appraised Value from the Cameron County Appraisal District. Some owners are experiencing a significant increase in the appraised value, this translates to an increase in the amount of taxes you will pay.

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You have until May 16, 2022 to file a protest of your taxes. You will need the account number and PIN which is located on the 2022 Notice of Appraised Value you received in the mail in order to create an account for your online appeal. You will need to provide evidence during the hearing as to why your appraised value should be lowered. There are several options you can provide as evidence, a recent closing statement if you purchased the property within the last 2 years or a recent appraisal from the last 180 days for example. You can view a complete list and other FAQ's on the Cameron County Appraisal District website.

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The truth is, property values have gone up. The sales prices have increased due in part to the major housing shortage we've been experiencing across the nation. We all remember learning about the law of supply and demand in school, when there is a high demand for a product, the prices increase.



If you have been on the fence about selling, now is the time to act. If you’re interested in finding out how much you might be able to get for your home, please give me a call or send me an email. I’d be happy to give you a free property analysis and discuss your options. I have several potential leads on buyers, so there’s no better time than the present!


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Olga Vega-Carter

Se Habla Espanol. Olga Vega-Carter is a licensed Real Estate agent with SPI Realty. Olga Vega-Carter, a native of Port Isabel, Texas, is a member of one of the founding families of the Laguna Ma....

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