Travis County Appraisal (Texas) – Protest Your Property Taxes

Travis County Appraisal for Real Estate

Property Appraiser NotePlease note: we are NOT the Travis Central Appraisal District (TCAD)! We are a full-service real estate appraisal company that appraises property in Central Texas, including property in Travis County such as homes in Austin.

We do real estate appraisals for: Tax Protests, Divorce Settlements, Estate Planning, Estate Taxes and more.

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Travis County Property Tax Bill Too Big?


If your TCAD (Travis Central Appraisal District) property tax bill gave you a heart attack, please call us at (512) 541-2107 to schedule a professional real estate appraisal to help you appeal your Travis County property taxes.

The Tax Assessors office works really hard to get home values right but some Travis County Tax Assessments still come in high while other come in low. If you think your taxes are too high, it might be worth protesting your home’s tax value to try to get a lower value so you will pay less taxes.

Detailed Map of Travis County

Travis County TX is in Central Texas, and contains the Capitol City of Austin.

(Travis County map used with permission by Texas Almanac). Click on the map for a really big version.
Map of Travis County Texas

Who Can Order a Travis County Property Appraisal?

Anyone can order an appraisal! If you’re not sure what type of appraisal you need for your property in Travis County, just call us at (512) 541-2107 and explain what you are trying to do so that we can figure out the appraisal product that meets your needs.

Fee Schedule for Travis County Property Appraisal from Appraisal IQ

Appraisal Fee Schedule for Travis County, Texas

Quick Stats for Travis County Texas Real Estate Sales for 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012:

    Travis County Texas Real Estate Sold 2009 to 2012

    Note the good news – sales are up, prices are up and days on the market (DOM) are down for Travis County Real Estate. We’ve appraised a lot of property that lost value and a lot that have gained over the last few years. Location and condition obviously make a huge difference – some areas are selling well and others are slower. Read our Real Estate Market Area Reports for individual areas and subdivisions in the counties we serve.

    Google Map of Travis County


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    Our Travis County Real Estate sales data is from the Austin Area MLS, otherwise known as ACTRIS.

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