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Something Nobody is Telling Texans about the GOP Tax Proposal

By Jordan Todd | November 3, 2017

There are two major parts of the tax proposal that will effect Texans.  One is obvious, and the other is far from obvious, and as is usually the case, the one that is far from obvious could have much more significant impact on the everyday Texan.  But first, the obvious….. The GOP tax proposal would […]

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Bexar County Residential Property Taxes: Taxation Without Representation

By Jordan Todd | July 13, 2017

I warned you guys that my last Facebook Live post would not be the last you heard about this article I discovered from June of last year, interviewing Michael Amezquita, Bexar County’s Chief Appraiser about the current status of Bexar County’s commercial property taxes.  Here is the link to the article, if you have not […]

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Money Isn’t the Real Reason Everyone Should Protest Their Property Taxes

By Jordan Todd | April 28, 2017

Dave Lieber, who is better known as The Watchdog, of Dallas Morning News has launched a “Everybody File a Protest” Campaign using his platform with the media channel in the DFW area. You can read the article here. While RealValueIQ agrees with The Watchdog’s overall campaign – specifically that of everyone should file a protest […]

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Travis Guide and Glossary

By Jordan Todd | April 19, 2017

You, the homeowner, know your home best. But it can feel like you’re in the dark when your property valuation arrives in the mail from the Appraisal District and the terminology is in an unfamiliar appraiser code. RealValueIQ aims to help homeowners understand the appraisal system and its terminology to better decipher their home’s valuation. […]

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