Timely file a written payment under protest with the county treasurer on a form provided by the treasurer. The county appraiser will schedule an informal meeting with the property owner within 15 days after receiving a copy of the protest. The meeting does not have to be held within this 15 day period, just scheduled within 15 days. After the informal meeting, the county appraiser must notify the property owner of any change in value within 15 business days. A "no change" notice may be received later.
If you disagree with the county's final value, you may appeal to one of the following by filing a written request with the Board of Tax Appeals within 30 days of the county's final value: small claims if the property is classified as residential, or has an appraised value that is less than 2 million and is not agricultural land; or directly to the State Board of Tax Appeals (BOTA).
After a small claims appeal you may appeal to the State Board of Tax Appeals (BOTA) by filing a written request with BOTA within 30 days after notification of results of the small claim hearing. If the property owner or the county appraiser is dissatisfied with BOTA's decision, either party may request a rehearing or reconsideration within 15 days.
If the property owner or the county appraiser is dissatisfied with BOTA's decision on rehearing or reconsideration, either party may appeal to the district court where the property is located within 30 days.