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Overview of District Functions

Transcript The Williamson Central Appraisal District presents… An introduction to the appraisal district functions and the district’s role within the Texas property tax system. The Williamson Central Appraisal District is required to maintain the records and appraise approximately 180,000 properties within the County that are dispersed among 15 different school districts and 21 distinct communities […]

Residential Homestead Exemption- How to File

Transcript The Williamson Central Appraisal District presents, Residential Homestead Exemption: How To File. This presentation is provided to explain: an overview of the different sections of the application, and where the application must be filed. This portion of the video will show an example of how to fill out the homestead exemption application form. The […]

Residential Homestead Exemption – General Info

Transcript The Williamson Central Appraisal District presents Residential Homestead Exemption: General information. This presentation is provided to explain: The term Homestead as it relates to the Texas Property Tax Code, the residential homestead exemption and benefits it provides, requirements for eligibility, important filing dates and deadlines, where applications may be obtained, and where the application […]

Residential Valuation

Transcript The Williamson Central Appraisal District presents… Residential valuation. The following presentation is provided to educate Williamson County residential property owners about the analysis & valuation phase of the appraisal year. Information will be provided about the mass appraisal process utilized to value residential property. The application of ratio studies and other common statistical measures […]

How to File a Protest

Transcript The Williamson Central Appraisal District presents… How to file a protest: The protest phase begins each year when the appraisal notices are delivered to property owners. Section 41.41 of the Texas Property Tax Code defines actions a property owner is entitled to protest. Reasons are also listed on the protest form that accompanies the […]

The Protest Phase

Transcript The Williamson Central Appraisal District presents… The Protest Phase. The following presentation is provided to educate Williamson County residential property owners about what takes place during the protest phase of the appraisal year. Mailing the majority of residential value notices at the beginning of April provides the appraisal district the capability to utilize the […]

Who are WCAD Appraisers

Transcript So there is a lot of misunderstanding about the role of appraisers, and how they affect the property tax that homeowners pay. When someone hears the term appraiser, they seem to think of a scary figure reaching for their wallet. No so. Appraisers don’t set tax rates. Appraisers don’t chase tax dollars. An appraiser […]

Property Inspection

Transcript Williamson Central Appraisal District presents: Property Inspection. The following presentation is intended to illustrate activities appraisers are typically performing during the Property Inspection phase of the appraisal cycle. The most common are measuring new or existing structures and translating the measurements into sketches. Additionally, an appraiser identifies and records relevant characteristics of new properties, […]

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