They say it’s the most wonderful time of the year. A time for going to parties, gathering with loved ones, giving gifts or, if you’re a business owner, getting ready to take on whatever the New Year brings. Whether or not the season is significant to you on a personal or professional level, there’s one thing that can ruin it all, especially if you’re stretched pretty thin financially — late property taxes.
In Texas, property taxes in most jurisdictions are due by January 31. While many people have the ability to pay their tax bills in advance, others don’t have the luxury of doing so. And when you have your upcoming bill, back property taxes or both looming over your head, it can make that holiday cheer completely disappear.
What This Time of Year Could Mean For Commercial Property Owners
Large property tax bills with fees and penalties can take a major toll on commercial property owners and the available resources they might have at the end of the year. If you have any outstanding tax liabilities, you’re facing increasing penalties and interest on top of what you’ll owe for 2019. There’s no better time to protect your business from more penalties and fees, and free up working capital than right now.
Tax Ease Offers Delinquent Tax Help For Commercial Property Owners
You can get property tax financing for any or all of your Texas investment properties. When you work with Tax Ease, you can get all the financial assistance you need to pay your tax bills immediately. You can also free up money that could be used to sustain your business. Those additional funds can be used for:
- Further Real Estate Investments
- Property Maintenance/Repairs
- Paying Contractor Invoices
- Leasing Equipment
- Expanding Your Commercial Property
How This Time of Year Could Affect Homeowners
When you’re behind on your property tax bill, visions of foreclosure and no presents under the tree are the last things you want dancing through your head. While the amount might be too much to handle, if you don’t take care of your late property taxes now, you could face more than 47% in penalties, fees and interest by the end of the year. Add that to what you’ll owe for 2019, and you’ll be starting in the red for the new year — and you’ll probably stay there unless you come into some money or find the delinquent tax help you need.
Tax Ease Offers Property Tax Financing for Texas Homeowners
Thousands of people throughout the state of Texas have worked with Tax Ease to settle their property taxes. We’ve designed plans specific to their financial needs, and helped them avoid potential lawsuits, judgments and foreclosures due to unpaid property taxes in Texas—depending on the number of years owed. Our Texas property tax loans have allowed homeowners to free up their hard-earned money so they could use it for:
- Holiday Spending
- Investment Opportunities
- Household Expenses
- Family Emergencies
- Estate Planning
- Bill Payments
Why You Can Trust Tax Ease
Tax Ease has a long and storied history as a property tax lender in Texas. When you get a property tax loan from us, you’ll get the lowest rates available and flexible payment options. Plus, we can consolidate years of back taxes into one easy payment. Delinquent tax help from Tax Ease will prevent excessive fees and protect your property.
We also guarantee:
- No Cost To Apply
- Licensed Experts To Assist You Throughout the Process
- Deferred Payment Options
- Low Closing Costs
- A Fast And Easy Closing Process