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Property value protest deadline is today

A reminder from the Liberty County Central Appraisal District – today is the official deadline for most property owners to file a written notice of protest of their appraised value. The actual protest will come later, but you must indicate your intention to protest by today. Liberty County Chief Appraiser Lana McCarty said 56,524 property value notices have been mailed out.  Last year, 4,259 protests were filed. About 860 of those went all the way to a hearing before the appraisal review board while the others were resolved in some way prior to that by staff and property owners. Another important reminder, Lana McCarty said property owners with damage from storms, floods or fire last year - who have not yet reported that damage - should do so as soon as possible. Repeating, the official deadline for most property owners who wish to appeal their appraised values is today. That can be done in person, by mail or on the Central Appraisal District’s website, which can be accessed under the government tab at Mrs. McCarty said if you didn’t receive a notification of your property value, it may be best to check with the CAD to ask about your specific property. For more information, call the Liberty County Central Appraisal District in Liberty at 936-336-5722. The Cleveland appraisal office phone number is 281-593-1605.  The Liberty office is in the 2000 block of Sam Houston Street across from KSHN radio.

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