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  • What’s Needed for a Fair, Transparent and Effective System?

    Since the legislative session began on January 13, 2015, there has been a lot of talk about property taxes and the appraisal system. As people sent in their property taxes recently, many were probably wondering if this legislature is actually going to do anything that will create a fairer system in Texas. Currently, over 30…

  • El Paso City Supports Real Values in Texas

    Real Values for Texas Applauds El Paso City Council For Passing Resolution to Make Property Tax Reform a Legislative Priority Real Values for Texas Campaign Director, Beverly Ortiz, today said: “We applaud El Paso City Council members for making property tax reform a priority for this legislative session. It’s clear that they understand the burden placed on…

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  • December 17, 2014

    December 17, 2014 Media Round Up Since the 2014 election, a lot has happened regarding property taxes. While some people paid their property tax bills without even thinking about it this year, many noticed an increase and joined the fight to level the playing field as they learned that commercial property owners were paying less…

  • Homeowners Could Save Up to $274 Annually

    Homeowners Could Save Up to $274 Annually if Commercial Property Owners Paid Tax on Their Real Values New Analysis Quantifies the Cost to Average Homeowners When Large Commercial Property Owners Don’t Pay Their Fair Share Houston, TX – New data analysis shows that homeowners in the state’s largest cities pay up to $274 more per…

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  • City Fact Sheets
    City Fact Sheets

    While most homeowners pay taxes on the real value of their property, many large commercial property owners routinely use appeals and lawsuits to avoid paying their fair share. Texas’s flawed property tax system unfairly burdens homeowners who have to pay more when large commercial properties pay less. Below are fact sheets you can download and…

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    Download the Petition!

    Looking to get more involved?  Take this simple step.  Download a petition, ask your friends and family, neighbors and maybe even some strangers to sign it.  Then email info@realvaluesfortexas.org to have someone pick up your petition or find out where to send it. Click the petition to download and get started.

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