LONGVIEW, TX – Is your home qualified for an exemption from property taxes? The Gregg Appraisal District wants to remind owners that many types of exemptions are available to help reduce property taxes. In May, voters will have the opportunity to approve an increase from $25,000 to $40,000 for the state homestead exemption. If approved […]
The Gregg Appraisal District has completed the records certification process for the 2021 appraisal year. The Appraisal District is responsible for the appraisal of all Gregg County properties as required by the Texas Tax Code. The Appraisal District provides the certified information to local taxing entities. These entities use the data in setting their budgets […]
The Gregg County Appraisal District is in the process of mailing annual Notice of Appraised Value forms. These forms are sent to all owners of taxable property within Gregg County. The form will provide information allowing the owner to compare the currently proposed value information to that from the previous tax year. In 2019, the […]
You may qualify for a new property tax exemption. In an area declared a disaster area by the Governor, Tax Code Section 11.35 allows a qualified property that is at least 15 percent damaged by a disaster to receive a temporary exemption of a portion of the appraised value of the property. A property owner […]
Gregg County Appraisal District received notice January 21, 2021 from the Texas Comptroller’s Office providing final results of the district’s biennial Methods and Assistance Program study. The Gregg Appraisal District received a score of 100 in each category of the study. The Comptroller’s study examines the Appraisal District’s adherence to statutory requirements related to governance, […]
New and updated property tax information has been compiled by Gregg County Appraisal District and is available to assist taxpayers. This property tax information covers a wide range of topics, such as taxpayer exemptions, appraisals, and remedies, and has information for select groups, such as disabled veterans and persons age 65 or older. “Whether you […]
If you own tangible personal property that is used to produce income, you must file a rendition with the Gregg County Appraisal District. A rendition is a report that lists all the taxable property you owned or controlled on Jan. 1st of this year. Property includes inventory and equipment used by a business. Owners do […]
Texas homeowners may postpone paying the currently delinquent property taxes due on the appreciating value of their homes by taking advantage of a payment option called “residence homestead tax deferral” and filing a tax deferral affidavit at the Gregg County Appraisal District. This tax relief allows homeowners to pay the property taxes on 105 percent […]
The Texas Comptroller’s office has released the publication Property Taxpayer Remedies, a reference guide for property owners which addresses property tax basics, providing a step-by-step guide on preparing for a protest hearing and what they can do if they are dissatisfied with an appraisal review board’s decision. Property Taxpayer Remedies also provides key dates so […]
Texans may postpone paying current and delinquent property taxes on their homes by signing a tax deferral affidavit at the Gregg County Appraisal District office if they are: age 65 or older; disabled as defined by law qualified disabled veterans, their unmarried surviving spouses, or their unmarried children under age 18, if no surviving spouse; […]
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