Travis Central Appraisal District
Appraisal district proposes 2024 budget bump
Travis Central Appraisal District’s 2024 Proposed Budget shows an overall increase of 7.5 percent. The proposed budget was presented to the district’s Board of Directors...
Legislation would bar appraisal district lawsuits against property owners
If legislation introduced March 8th by State Senator Drew Springer (R-Weatherford) gets through the legislative gauntlet and is signed into law his bill will...
Appeals court decision draws widespread condemnation
An appellate decision over a TCAD lawsuit has astounded commercial property owners and attorneys who represent them. If the Texas Supreme Court allows it...
Appraisal Records Hidden From Public View
Nearly 1,400 records of properties located in Travis County have been purged from the website for owners who do not qualify for confidentiality. While the numbers of records being suppressed now make up only a tiny fraction of the records maintained by the agency, the numbers would no doubt be far higher if more property owners were aware of this option.
Are Austin’s Property Taxes Fair and Equitable?
There's growing controversy over whether commercial properties are being undervalued and unfairly shifting too much of the property tax burden onto homeowners.