Propel Financial Services Vice President of Sales and Marketing writes for The Monitor on how to find and prepare for public hearings on your taxes: If you own any type of property in Texas, you shouldn’t ignore local tax rate hearings. During those hearings, taxing entities like cities, counties and school districts are deciding […]
This article was originally published by the Houston Chronicle. By Red McCombs March 11, 2013 I opened my first car dealership at age 25, and I’ve been blessed over the last 60 years to be part of many more entrepreneurial ventures. One business I’m particularly proud to have helped start is Propel Financial Services, which provides property […]
In today’s tough economy, keeping up with paying your property taxes on time can be stressful and overwhelming. If you live or own property in Texas, you might be eligible for a special property tax loan. RioTax can help you understand tax loans and how you can qualify for one if you are having financial […]
Those who are having trouble paying property taxes are not alone. Illness, loss of job, and poor financial planning can cause property taxes to become delinquent. The consequences of this delinquency can be increased penalties and higher interest rates on any unpaid tax balance. Anyone who is having problems with Nueces County property taxes should […]
Although it is a commonly used phrase, the term "property tax loan" does not technically refer to taking out a loan. Please refer to our FAQ page for a detailed explanation.
Your tax office may offer delinquent tax installment plans that may be less costly to you. You can request information about the availability of these plans from the tax office.