Online value negotiations are now available to property owners through their online accounts.
Taxpayers will need to register their Online Account for the 2023 season. Accounts registered in prior years must re-register.

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Please register your account to get started. Once registered, you may proceed with filing your Notice of Protest and other necessary actions.

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Mineral Interests

2023 Mineral Value Notices and Appraisal Information in Texas.

The 2023 value notices for mineral interests have been sent out, and not all accounts will receive a notice, indicating little to no increase in value compared to the previous year. The Texas Property Tax Code provides details on this matter. All values can be accessed on our Property Search page.

If you have questions about your mineral value, you can contact Pritchard & Abbott, the firm responsible for mineral valuations for TAD. The valuation methodology can be found in Sections 23.17 and 23.175 of the Texas Property Tax Code. For ownership updates, reach out to the drilling operator of your lease.

Keep in mind that both Pritchard & Abbott and TAD are experiencing a high volume of calls and emails and will respond as soon as possible.

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Tarrant Appraisal District (TAD) is a political subdivision of the State of Texas created effective January 1, 1980. The provisions of the Texas Property Tax Code govern the legal, statutory, and administrative requirements of the appraisal district. The Chief Appraiser, appointed by the Board of Directors, is the chief administrator and chief executive officer of the Appraisal District. The chief appraiser is allowed by law to delegate authority and appraisal responsibilities to his employees.