With Texas property taxes being due on the same date every year, you can expect to owe hundreds or thousands depending on the appraised value of your home or commercial property. It’s nice if you’ve had the option to save enough money to cover your property tax bill. However, while that’s a great way to go, it’s not always a sure thing.
Think about it with your bank account. You might be diligently kicking a certain percentage of each paycheck into your savings and resisting every opportunity to spend money on frivolous things. But no matter how much you save, some emergency always seems to pop up. Home or business repairs, emergency medical procedures, investment opportunities that you can’t pass up or even funeral expenses can tie up available funds and drastically change life as you know it.
It can go the same way for a saved up tax bill payment. You plan to use it for one thing, but there’s always a chance that it might need to be used to cover something else. This just goes to show that nothing in life is certain — except you know, death and those good old Texas property taxes.
You’re Facing Delinquent Property Taxes. Now What?
You already know you’re not going to make the Jan. 31 property tax payment deadline. It’s right after the holidays, your money is stretched thin and there’s no way you can recover financially in a few weeks. So, you have two options. Option one is you can accept your fate, allow your payment to be late and start collecting a significant amount of penalties, fees and interest. Option two: you can avoid everything in option one by getting property tax help in the form of a loan. With a property tax loan from Tax Ease, we will pay your bill in advance so you can avoid penalties, collection fees and even foreclosure risks.
How Our Property Tax Loan Process Works
While we can’t speak for other lenders, we can say that our loans and application processes are very straightforward. For one, we don’t impose an application fee. We also don’t require a down payment.
Here’s how simple it is.
Step One: Call Us Or Fill Out An Application Online To Start The Process
Regardless of which method you choose, you’ll find the application process to be easy and very straightforward. It also won’t take a lot of time. If you decide to go the online route and get stuck, call us and one of our experienced loan officers will guide you through the process.
Step Two: We’ll Review Your Application
That’s pretty much it for this step. Our loan processing team will collect some information about your property, verify your income and review your application. If everything looks good, you can be approved within 24 hours.
Step Three: We’ll Develop A Repayment Plan That Works With Your Budget
You can fill out an application today and get an approval within 24 hours. You don’t have to worry about bad credit preventing you from getting the property tax help you need. Once you’re approved, we’ll develop a repayment plan that meets your needs with one of the lowest interest rates on the market.
Step Four: We’ll Bring Your Loan Documents To You
From there, we’ll set up an appointment to meet with you so you can sign your loan documents. It doesn’t matter where you live in the state. We’ll bring your papers to you at a time that works with your schedule.
Step Five: We’ll Pay Your Property Taxes In Full
Your property taxes will be taken care of so you don’t have to worry about penalties, fees or the threat of foreclosure. No muss. No fuss. And no fear. Just the solution you need to avoid property tax delinquency.
You’re Five Steps Away from Comprehensive Property Tax Help That Meets Your Needs.
When it comes to managing property tax delinquency, panic and procrastination shouldn’t be part of your strategy. With our residential property tax loans or commercial property tax loans, we’ve helped people across the state avoid mounting fees and the reality of losing their homes. We can connect you with the ideal solution so you can carry on with life in your property as you know it — free of fear.
To learn more about our property tax delinquency loans and everything else Tax Ease offers, contact us.