Belt-Tightening In Frisco After Voters Reject Tax HikeFrisco ISD leaders in the fast-growing Collin County suburb are working to fill a $30 million hole after voters rejected a proposed 13 cent tax hike last weekend.
Tax Assessor Gets Chuckle Out Of "Hate Mail"Tarrant County taxpayers have taken up an interesting and somewhat comical way to protest what they believe are high property taxes.
Dallas County Commission Discusses Lowering Tax RateJudge Clay Jenkins wants to soften the blow. But school districts and county commissioners aren't buying.
Frisco ISD Approves Tax Hike To Pay Teachers; Now Up To VotersThe school board wants to raise property taxes by 13 cents for every $100 of property value.
Homeowners Hiring Professionals To Fight Rising Property Tax AssessmentsHome prices and consequently assessed values are rising in North Texas because there are few homes for sale, yet a lot of demand thanks to new companies and employees moving here.
Tarrant County Residents Protest Property Tax HikeThe reality of the hot real estate market is hitting homeowners in Tarrant County this month.
Support, Opposition For Texas Prop. 1's Property Tax BreaksFor the average homeowner, it amounts to $125 a year in savings on school property taxes.
Dallas Mayor May Change Mind On Property Tax Rates Because Of PotholesThe Mayor says he would keep the property tax rate as is instead of lowering it, only if the city can use a portion of the money and quickly make a big dent in road repairs.
Texas House & Senate Approve Tax CutsThe Texas House and Senate gave preliminary approval to increasing homestead property tax exemptions, key to a $3.8 billion tax cut package on Gov. Greg Abbott's wish list.
Some Collin County Residents Shocked By Property AppraisalsThere was an unexpected and unwelcome surprise in the mail this week for a lot of Collin County property owners. To put it mildly, the notices confirmed that property values are skyrocketing.
Cedar Hill Pet Cemetery Celebrates SurvivalNearly a year and a half after their fight against developers began, the board of directors of the Cedar Hill Pet Cemetery are celebrating.
More State Schools Giving $ To “Robin Hood” Finance System A record number of Texas school districts now have to give up money to the state. According to the Texas Education Agency, an additional 23 state school districts are now considered property wealthy.