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ATX Vendor Guide

You’ve FINALLY found your new home. NOW WHAT?

Here is our curation of vendors and partners you might need based on our experience buying and selling homes. We update this periodically and only include vendors we have used or are recommended by our clients or our team. Email us with suggestions.

ATX Vendor Guide

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Electricians

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Fences

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Flooring

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Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Home Inspections

Insurance

Irrigation and Sprinklers

Kitchen and Bath Remodeling

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Lawncare and Landscaping

Local Lenders

Maintenance and Home Warranty

Moving and Storage

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Painting

Plumbing

Pool Install and Maintenance

Property Tax Protest

Staging and Interior Design

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Window Repairs and Replacements

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Tax Exemptions for Homeowners in Texas

Tax Exemptions for Homeowners in Texas

As a homeowner in Texas, you may be eligible for various tax exemptions that can help reduce your property tax burden. These exemptions are designed to provide financial relief to homeowners and encourage home ownership. Here are some of the tax exemptions available to homeowners in Texas:
Homestead Exemption
The Homestead Exemption is one of the most common and significant tax exemptions available to homeowners in Texas. It offers a reduction in the taxable value of your primary residence, thereby lowering your property taxes. To qualify for the Homestead Exemption, you must use the property as your primary residence as of January 1st of the tax year.
Over-65 Exemption
If you are 65 years or older, you may be eligible for the Over-65 Exemption. This exemption provides additional tax relief by reducing the taxable value of your property. To qualify, you must be at least 65 years old as of January 1st of the tax year and meet certain income and residency requirements.
Disabled Person Exemption
The Disabled Person Exemption is available to homeowners with disabilities. It offers a reduction in the taxable value of your property if you have a qualifying disability. To qualify, you must meet certain criteria and provide documentation of your disability.
Veterans Exemptions
There are several tax exemptions available to veterans in Texas, including the Disabled Veterans Exemption, the Veterans Exemption, and the Surviving Spouse Exemption. These exemptions provide various levels of tax relief based on your military service and disability status.
Other Exemptions
In addition to the exemptions mentioned above, there are other exemptions available for specific situations, such as the Religious Organization Exemption, the Charitable Organization Exemption, and the Historical Exemption. These exemptions are designed to provide tax relief to certain types of properties or organizations.
It is important to note that each exemption has specific eligibility requirements and application processes. To take advantage of these tax exemptions, you will need to file the appropriate forms with your local appraisal district. It is advisable to consult with a tax professional or contact your local appraisal district for detailed information and guidance on the available exemptions.
By understanding and utilizing the tax exemptions available to homeowners in Texas, you can potentially save a significant amount on your property taxes and make home ownership more affordable.

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