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Tax Ease and COVID-19

The coronavirus and its resulting disease, COVID-19, have already had an enormous impact on our nation and the world. There’s no question that things have changed, and they will change even more as the virus spreads and people everywhere practice social distancing, self-isolation and quarantining to curtail the pandemic as much as possible. However, as always, you still have to consider paying your taxes, so you may have some questions about where Tax Ease fits into the equation.

What Is Tax Ease Doing About COVID-19?

As a company, we are all working remotely from home to the fullest extent possible. We will continue to comply with all local orders that limit human interaction. Additionally, we are making a concerted effort to protect both our employees and our customers.

Can I Still Get a Property Tax Loan?

Yes. As you may know, businesses and services that are considered “essential” remain in operation. This includes such establishments as grocery stores, pharmacies and more. Since tax penalties and fees will continue accruing during this time, closing and funding your property tax loan is essential.

Has the Tax Ease Loan Process Changed Due to the Coronavirus?

In short, no. The process for getting a property tax loan from Tax Ease is unchanged. Since your taxes are still due, you may still need a loan. You can contact us by all of the same methods: phone, email and online submission form. Additionally, our notarized closings have not been restricted (at this point), so we can still close at a time and location that is convenient for you while maintaining proper social distancing guidelines.

Are There Options to Close My Property Tax Loan Electronically?

Yes. Tax Ease has an approved platform that allows us to conduct closings electronically. There is no difference between this and an in-person closing, and no matter what, you can always rely on a quality experience with Tax Ease.

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy and Count on Tax Ease

There is a lot of uncertainty because of this global pandemic. Understandably so. Your number one concern is likely to keep yourself and your loved ones safe and healthy. However, you’re still going to have to pay your property taxes so you don’t become delinquent. And, as always, you can count on us for your Texas property tax loan needs.

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