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Low Income Housing Cap

The Texas Property Tax Code (Sec. 11.1825 (r)) requires the appraisal district to give notice of the capitalization rate to be used in that year to appraise property receiving an exemption under this section. The Property Tax Code also requires property to be appraised at 100% market value. In keeping with that requirement, the capitalization rate that will be used to derive an estimate of market value for exempt low and moderate-income housing for tax year 2020 will be between 7.5% and 10.5%.


Over-65 Tax and Disabled Person Deferral

If you are a homeowner who qualifies for the Over-65 or the Disabled Persons exemption, you may also defer or postpone paying any property taxes on your home for as long as you own and live in it. Check with your appraisal district for information about how to apply for this postponement. It is important to note that this deferral only postpones your taxes and does not cancel them. When the property is sold or comes under the ownership of heirs, the taxes and accrued interest becomes payable.