Disputing or Challenging a Property's Tax assessment or Tax Value


If you disagree with your current assessed tax value, please call us for a consultation regarding the current market value of your property. If the market value of homes adjacent to your property have been depreciating or if you feel your property's tax assessed value is above the homes adjacent to yours; then you may be able to challenge your assessed value and lower your property taxes. An appraisal for current market value by a state certified real estate appraiser is an effective method to dispute your assessed tax value. We are experienced at helping home owners dispute and lower their property taxes in several North Texas county's, when the time s right. We can directly help you dispute and potentially lower your property taxes.   


Our North Texas Real Estate Appraisal Service Area

Collin County : Anna, Allen, Blue Ridge, Celina, Farmersville, Frisco, McKinney, Murphy, Plano, and Prosper. 

Dallas County : Dallas, Balch Springs, Cedar Hill, Addison, Cockrell Hill, Coppell, DeSoto, Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Garland, Highland Park, Hutchins, Irving, Lancaster, Mesquite, Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse, Seagoville, Sunnyvale, University Park, Valley Ranch, Wilmer, and Wylie. 

Denton County : Sanger, Argyle, Aubrey, Bartonville, Carrollton, Denton, Double Oak, Flower Mound, Highland Village, Justin, Krum, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Little Elm, Oak Point, Pilot Point, Ponder, Roanoke, Shady Shores, The Colony, Trophy Club, and Westlake. 

Ellis County : Bardwell, Ennis, Ferris, Forreston, Glenn Heights, Italy, Maypearl, Midlothian, Milford, Ovilla, Palmer, Red Oak, Rice and Waxahachie. 

Hood County : Cresson, Granbury, Lipan, Paluxy, and Tolar. 

Johnson County : Godley, Alvarado, Burleson, Cleburne, Grandview, Joshua, Keene, Lillian, Rio Vista, and Venus. 

Kaufman County : Elmo, Crandall, Forney, Gun Barrel City, Kaufman, Mabank, Rosser, Scurry, and Terrell. 

Parker County : Dennis, Aledo, Millsap, Peaster, Poolville, Springtown, Weatherford, Whitt, and Willow Park. 

Rockwall County : Heath, Fate, Rockwall, and Royse City. 

Tarrant County : Fort Worth, Arlington, Azle, Bedford, Benbrook, Blue Mound, Colleyville, Crowley, Euless, Everman, Grapevine, Haltom City, Haslet, Hurst, Keller, Kennedale, Lake Worth, Mansfield, North Richland Hills, Pantego, Richland Hills, River Oaks, Saginaw, Southlake, Watauga and White Settlement. 


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Providing house measuring 
& sketches for accurate
home size & square footage.
SQFT the appraiser way.
DFW Metroplex Appraiser
We offer square footage measuring services in the Dallas - Arlington - Fort Worth area. Our staff can provide you a measurement to determine house size from a state certified appraiser company in North Texas. Our typical measure and sketch for home square footage is emailed to you the same day the state certified appraiser company sends someone out to perform the house measuring. We can typically have someone out at your property for measuring within 24-48 hours of speaking with you.


How to Stair Cases contribute to square footage in North Texas? 


We do not count any staircases as gross living area when measuring the second level. I do count the area calculated by measuring the entire perimeter of the first level minus the garage only as gross living area. Therefore, all staircases and the area/space underneath them count as gross living area for the first level only, and each staircase itself is omitted on the second level fully. The state of Texas does not recognize any specific measuring standard for appraisers. Basically each appraisal firm measures to the standard which they deem fit.

I measure the houses utilizing the same method always, and the question of handling staircases, fireplaces, and other property features often comes up. Another appraiser very well may measure using a slightly different method. The square footage of a dwelling is always calculated using the exterior measurements of the construction material irregardless of the methodology employed. My firm uses the same method as my sponsoring appraisal firm. We all adhere to the same standards which are standards commonly employed in the appraisal practice in this area. We count all fireplaces as square footage, and we count all staircases in the area beneath them as square footage in the first level. As a result of including the square footage of the entire staircase in the first level, we omit this portion of gross living area on the second levels of dwellings. Hope this answers your question and provides some clarity for your seller/buyer


Until the state of Texas recognizes a specific measuring standard -each appraisal firm can use whatever method they want to measure - Right now architects, builders, Lenders, and appraisers are driving the standard measuring practices in the state.


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Texas Appraiser companies all have their own techniques to measure for square footage, based on their own experiences, appraisal education, past apprenticeships, and Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board direction and guidelines.
In general, the estimated habitable square footage of a home conveys the
vented/ air-conditioned area within the structure. The estimated habitable square footage includes exterior building material, but dismisses unfinished areas, areas that are not attached, and areas open to the outside. Minor variances in the calculation of gross living area may occur among dissimilar
appraisers owed to rounding discrepancies, different measuring tools, and different methods of handling property characteristics, such as stairways and or fireplaces. The appraiser will utilize his comprehension of common appraisal practices in the State of Texas to reach the approximation of gross living area for the subject property.

      The employee from the appraisal company should perform a good faith inspection of the property in order to calculate the gross living area/ square footage of the dwelling. The home can be measured using a laser tape measure and a fiberglass tape measure. The sketch for square footage is not an appraisal or opinion of market value. The sketch for square footage is not a conveyance of the functionality of the subject property, subject property rooms, or subject property features. The sketch for square footage is simply an approximation of the square footage/ gross living area of the dwelling according to the exterior measurements.

      The sketch for square footage is typically restricted to use only by the Client who hired the appraisal firm to perform the drawing/ drawings. No effort should be made by the measuring professional to match municipal records of square footage or correlate with square footage previously found in subject property listings. The sketch for square footage is unique to the date which the residence measurements are performed.
Why do people buy square footage measurements from Square-footage.com ?
Clients hire us Due to square footage discrepancy concerns, due to confusion about a garage conversion or add on to a home, as a pre-listing tool, or even to distinguish doubt or uncertainty about house size.




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ABATEMENT: A reduction or reprieve from a tax debt or other payment obligation. Sometimes rental contracts will include an abatement clause to protect the lessee (renter) from having to pay full rent if the building is destroyed by fire, flood or is damaged in some other way to the point it cannot be occupied until renovated.

ABSTRACT OF TITLE: A synopsis of the legal history of ownership of real property as well as any liabilities attached to it, such as mortgage liens. A summary of recorded instruments, which affect title, arranged in the order of recordings. This abstract will sow a “chain of title” recording ownership from person to person over time.

AMEND – re-filing a tax return due to a modification in filing status, blunder in stated income, or neglected deductions or credits.

AMORTIZATION: A method of paying off the principal amount of a debt over time. Each payment made reduces the amount owed.

AUDIT – in-depth investigation conducted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) where supplementary evidence needs to be acquired concerning an individual’s or business’s fiscal records or systems. 

BANKRUPTCY: Proceedings against a debtor who has been declared legally insolvent. The assets and property of the debtor is distributed among the creditors (the lenders) to pay off as much debt as possible.

DEBT FORGIVNESS– relief from aggregate debt owed.  

DEDUCTION– lessening in taxable income, based off of various criteria, which may lessen an individual’s tax liability. 

DEPENDENT – for income tax purposes, a person that relies on a taxpayer for more than half of their financial support and whom a taxpayer can claim on their taxes.

E-FILE – easy, safe, and rapid way to submit a tax return online.

ESCROW – functions as an account to pay taxes and insurance. The homeowner pays into the account that is held by the lender.

ESTIMATED TAXES PAID – taxes paid on quantities reported on the taxpayer’s tax return that are not subject to withholding, such as self-employment, interest, and alimony. Projected tax may also have to be paid if the amount of income tax withheld from the taxpayer’s salary, pension, or other income is inadequate.

FAIR HOUSING AMENDMENTS: The Fair Housing Amendments make it unlawful to discriminate in residential housing transactions against any person because of family status or handicap. However, the law provides exception for certain age-restricted communities which meet the definition provided in the law for “housing for older persons”

FAIR MARKET VALUE: The appraised value of a property as compared with other properties in the same neighborhood. The fair market value is a relative number each appraiser will likely arrive at a different value number.

FOREBERANCE: The act of refraining from taking legal action despite the fact that a mortgage is in arrears. It is usually granted when a mortgagor makes a satisfactory arrangement by which the arrears will be paid at a future date.

FORECLOSURE: The legal procedure whereby the note holder is able to force the sale of a property to recoup its debt. This is a legislative process and the various steps of this process have been very clearly specified by statue.

FORM 656 – form completed and presented to the IRS by a taxpayer that wishes to apply for an offer in compromise.  

FORM 1040NR – manuscript that may need be filed and presented to the IRS if the taxpayer is a nonresident alien engaged in trade or business in U.S., representing a deceased person who would have needed to file this form, or representing an estate or trust that had to file this form.

FORM 1040X – form that must be completed by a taxpayer and presented to the IRS in order to make changes to a submitted tax return.  

FORM 1098 – manuscript received by a taxpayer from a lending bank that is reporting mortgage interest of $600 or more that the taxpayer paid during the fiscal year.  

FORM 1099-B – manuscript received by a taxpayer that is distributed from a broker, Investment Fund Company or other financial institution that reports the sale of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and or other securities.

FORM 1099-DIV – manuscript that contains essential taxpayer information concerning dividends paid from stocks owned, or capital gains distributions from mutual funds invested in during the year.  

FORM 1099-G – manuscript sent to a taxpayer by federal, state, or local governments stating the amount of total taxable unemployment compensation for which the taxpayer is responsible. It may also be used to report state and local income tax refunds and other payments.  

FORM 1099-INT – manuscript received by a taxpayer that reports interest paid and is sent by the person or entity to which the interest was paid.  

FORM 1099-MISC – manuscript that must be filed and submitted to the IRS for each person to whom a taxpayer has paid at least $10 in royalties or broker payments in lieu of dividends or tax-exempt interest; at least $600 in rents, services (including parts and materials), prizes and awards, other income payments, medical and health care payments, and crop insurance proceeds. 

FORM 1099-R – manuscript outlining distributions of $10 or more from a taxpayer’s retirement account(s), such as Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), insurance contracts, pensions, and 401(k) plans. 

FORM HUD-1 Settlement Statement – the official statement of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that details all closing costs paid by the buyer and seller. This is completed by the settlement agent and both the buyer and seller must sign it at closing. 

FORM SS-5 – manuscript that is completed and submitted to the Social Security Administration to apply for a new or replacement Social Security card, or to change or correct information on the Social Security number record.  

FORM SSA-1099 – manuscript that reports any Social Security benefits that a taxpayer has received during the year.  

HOMESTEAD ESTATE: In some states, the home and property occupied by an owner are protected by a law up to a certain amount from attachment and sale for the claims of the creditors.

HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION: Described in various ways by individual states, it allows for protection of the homeowner from loosing their house to certain types of consumer debt creditors. In some states the owner must declare their house a homestead with the government.

HOMESTEAD TAX EXEMPTION: The credit against taxes given in some states to a person who owns and occupies a dwelling and to certain other individuals including disabled veterans, widows, handicapped and those over age 65.

IMPROVEMENTS – For tax purposes, improvements to a dwelling are home expenditures that prolong the life of your home, such as the cost of complete roof replacement. 

INVOLUNTARY CONVERSION The disposition of property as a result of casualty, theft, or condemnation. Upon conversion, cash is usually received from insurance proceeds or condemnation awards.

INVOLUNTARY LIEN: A lien imposed against property without consent of an owner. Examples include taxes, special assessments, federal income tax liens, mechanics liens, and materials liens.

JOINT TENANCY: Ownership of real estate by two or more persons, each with a specified ownership in the property. Either partner is free to sell or put a lien against their portion of the ownership without the consent of the other but in the case of the death of one of the partners, ownership will automatically pass to the surviving partner.

JOINT VENTURE: An association between two or more parties to own or develop real estate. It may take a variety of legal forms including partnership, tenancy in common, or a corporation. It is formed for a specific purpose and duration and to spread the risk of the investment among more than one party.

JOINTLY AND SEVERALLY: A legal term indicating that a contract has been entered into by two parties and that the two parties are not only liable together by individually as well. If an investor were to partner with another investor in the purchase of the property, the two investors would both be responsible for the whole debt (jointly) but in the event on of the partners did not nor could not make payment, the full debt would pass to the other, solvent partner (severally).

JUDGMENT: The verdict of a court on a matter presented to it. A money judgment dictates that a party must make payments to another to settle a claim. Judgments can allow a creditor (to whom money is owed) force payment of judgment through wage garnishing and other methods.

JUDGMENT LIEN: A lien upon the property of a debtor resulting from the decree of a court as a result of a judgment awarded against the homeowner.

JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE: A type of foreclosure proceeding used in some states that is handled as a civil lawsuit and conducted entirely under auspices of a court.

JUNIOR LIEN: A mortgage or other encumbrance or lien made against the property after the recorded date of another mortgage or encumbrance. This a 1st mortgage is the primary lien holder with the most secure debt. A junior lien holder has a position behind this primary lien holder and would be paid only after liens more senior were paid in full.

MARRIED FILING JOINTLY – filing status that can be used by couples who are legally married at the end of the tax year. The taxpayers account for total income, exemptions, deductions, and credits of both spouses on a single return. Married couples using this status must not be legally separated, have a final divorce decree, or decree of separate maintenance.  

NON-TAXABLE INCOME EARNED – Income not taxable according to the Internal Revenue Service. A few examples of nontaxable income are life insurance money and definite veteran’s benefits.

OFFER IN COMPROMISE – authorizes a taxpayer to settle a tax debt with the IRS for less than the full amount owed and is usually an option when a tax liability cannot be paid in full or creates financial adversity for the taxpayer. 

POINTS – funding responsibilities at closing by lender in increments of 1 per cent of the mortgage amount. They may also be listed as loan origination fees or loan reductions and may be deductible on a tax return. 

REPAIRS – For tax purposes, expenditures to maintain a home, such as texturing and painting the interior walls. 

RETIREMENT SAVINGS CONTRIBUTION AND CREDIT – a non-refundable tax credit accessible to eligible individuals who fund an employer-sponsored retirement plan or to a traditional IRA.  

SALE OF BUSINESS ASSETS – articles of a business are sold to establish a gain or loss. 

SCHEDULE C – manuscript used to report income or loss from a business that an individual operated or a profession that the individual practiced as a sole proprietor.  

SELF-EMPLOYED EXSPENSES AND INCOME – money that is made and expenses that are incurred by an individual who works for himself or herself rather than earning wages from an employer.  

SHORT-SALE – different to foreclosure; sale of property on which there is debt and can no longer be afforded by property owner who settles to repay less than full amount owed on the property.

SUBSTITUTE RETURN – a tax return filed by the IRS on a taxpayer’s behalf if the taxpayer does not file a tax return on their own.

TAXABLE INCOME EARNED – income that is subject to income tax or being taxed by the IRS, such as employee wages, jury duty fees, and rental property income. 

W-2 – manuscript issued to an individual by an employer that states an individual’s income for the year.  

W-4 – manuscript completed by an employee to be given to an employer to ensure that correct federal income tax is deducted from the employee’s compensation.

W-9 - manuscript issued to an individual by a payer of 1099 labor that contains the individual’s address, social security number, and signature.  




ABATEMENT: A reduction or reprieve from a tax debt or other payment obligation. Sometimes rental contracts will include an abatement clause to protect the lessee (renter) from having to pay full rent if the building is destroyed by fire, flood or is damaged in some other way to the point it cannot be occupied until renovated.
ABSORPTION: The rate, expressed as a percentage, at which properties can be leased or sold in a given area. This is especially important to know if you are buying rental properties as this will help you better know the real value of the property.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE: A synopsis of the legal history of ownership of real property as well as any liabilities attached to it, such as mortgage liens. A summary of recorded instruments, which affect title, arranged in the order of recordings. This abstract will sow a “chain of title” recording ownership from person to person over time.
ABUTTING: When two pieces of property share the same border. Abutting pieces of property have a common boundary.
ACCELERATION CLAUSE: A clause written into a mortgage, note, bond or other contract giving the lender the option, in the event of default, to require the whole amount of principal and interest to be declared to be due and payable at once.
ACCEPTANCE: The acceptance of a contract’s terms and the willingness to be bound by the terms of said contract. Shown in the form of a signature on the bottom line.
ACCRETION: The gradual buildup of land through deposits of sediment. Can also apply towards a general increase or growth in size by gradual external addition, fusion or inclusion such as the accretion of laws governing real estate investing.
ACCURED INTEREST: Accumulated (collected) interest that has been earned but not yet paid.
ACQUISITION AND IMPROVEMENT LOAN: Also known as a “rehab” loan it means a loan to purchase an existing property which includes additional funds for the purpose of installing energy conservation improvements or making other alterations, improvements, or repairs.
ACRE: A measure of land totaling 43,560 square feet. Lots are often divided into sub- acre sizes.
AD VALORUM: “According to the value,” and used in connection with taxation.
ADDITIONAL PRINCIPAL PAYMENT: A payment by a borrower of more than the scheduled principal amount due in order to reduce the remaining balance of the loan.
ADJUSTABLE RATE MORTGAGE (ARM): A mortgage whose cost (interest rate) is variable based on criteria established in the Note. Usually loans allow a lender to adjust the interest rate annually based on changes to an underlying, specified index. This type of loan does not have a fixed interest rate but allows the rate to fluctuate up or down as market conditions change. To avoid constant and drastic fluctuations, ARMs typically limit how often and by how much the interest rate can vary.




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