Tarrant Appraisal District

Account

How Do I

Forms

Resources

News

Calendar

About

Protest Deadline Reminder: Residential Accounts with a May 15th Deadline date, have until May 24th to Protest. 

Important Security Reminder: Everyone for 2024 will need to reset their password and some Online Accounts will need to be recreated for 2024.

Agents and Stakeholders


Please refer to this document - Mineral Public Contact

The Texas Property Tax Code allows the Chief Appraiser to maintain a list of individuals (available here and updated weekly) who designate themselves as providers of free assistance to owner occupants of a residential homestead property. Eligible providers of free assistance are: (1) real estate brokers or sales agents licensed under Chapter 1101 of the Texas Occupations Code; (2) real estate appraisers licensed or certified under Chapter 1103 of the Texas Occupations Code; or (3) property tax consultants registered under Chapter 1152 of the Texas Occupations Code. A prospective provider of free assistance begins by completing a form (available here) and submitting it to the Chief appraiser.

The results of a TAD.org Property Search can be exported to your favorite spreadsheet program such as MS Excel, Apple Numbers, and many others. Just follow these easy steps: (1) accomplish your Property Search or Advanced Search, (2) above the search results first select either Page Results or All Results, (3) then select either Excel File or TXT/CSV File, and lastly, (4) select either the *Basic or **Comprehensive data option (see details below). The data file type you select will be exported to your PC's, Mac's, tablet's, or smart phone's download folder (the location of which varies by web browser and device type). Once your data is downloaded, open it in either MS Excel or import the TXT/CSV file (delimited by a comma) into another compatible spreadsheet program. To ensure fair access for all users to TAD.org resources, a limit to the number of records you may download at one time may be indicated at the time you select either a Basic or Comprehensive file. If your download exceeds the current limit, consider crafting your Property Search or Advanced Search so that it can be divided into multiple downloads. For example, target/filter one search for Residential property and another for Commercial property then combine the results.

*Basic this option contains 29 columns of data per parcel of the current year ownership, location, value, and other general information.
**Comprehensive - this option contains 116 columns of data per parcel of the current year and 5 previous years of ownership, location, value, and other general information.

To be able to file a Personal Property Rendition online, you must first create an Online Account. You can create an Online Account by clicking here. If you have already set up an Online Account, then Sign In and go to your Dashboard and locate the Account that you are needing to file an Online Personal Property Rendition for. As long as today's date is during the period for filing a Rendition, or you have requested an extension, you should see a Submit Rendition button for that Account. This button will allow you to file your Personal Property. Instructions for Filing a Personal Property Rendition can be found here: How To File Your Rendition.

Please contact our valuation consultants, Pritchard Abbott Inc. with any questions regarding the appraisal of Mineral Interests.

Pritchard Abbott Inc. Valuation Consultants
4900 Overton Commons Court
Fort Worth, Texas 76132-3687
817-926-7861

Mineral Appraiser: Kyle Wilson
Division Order Analyst: Lauren Mulvaney

Pritchard and Abbott's Website

The Texas Property Tax Code allows the Chief Appraiser to maintain a list of individuals (available here and updated weekly) who designate themselves as providers of free assistance to owner occupants of a residential homestead property. Eligible providers of free assistance are: (1) real estate brokers or sales agents licensed under Chapter 1101 of the Texas Occupations Code; (2) real estate appraisers licensed or certified under Chapter 1103 of the Texas Occupations Code; or (3) property tax consultants registered under Chapter 1152 of the Texas Occupations Code. A prospective provider of free assistance begins by completing a form (available here) and submitting it to the Chief appraiser.

You can receive an automatic 30 day extension by filing online through your personal Dashboard or by completing this request form and mailing it to the address at the top of the form by April 15th.

If you have already received the automatic 30 day extension, you can request an additional 15 day extension by completing and mailing this form to the address at the top of the form by May 1st. The additional extension is not automatic, and you must provide good cause for the extension. Approval is at the discretion of the Chief Appraiser.

There are several ways to Protest your Property Online:

  1. Real Property Only - Set up an Online Account. This will give you full control over each of your properties, including the ability to submit and view your online Protest. When you Sign In to your Online Account, you can view and interact with all your various property accounts on your personal Dashboard.
  2. You can download and print the Protest form from the Comptrollers website: Protest Form
  3. .

To qualify for AG you must meet certain thresholds and history requirements depending on your agricultural activity. These activities and standards are discussed further in the attached flowchart and Degree of intensity test. The Agricultural Use Appraisal Degree of Intensity Test document can be found here and the Do I Qualify for Agricultural Use Appraisal? flowchart can be found here.

All Tarrant County residential, commercial, and business personal property owners are invited to claim their benefits as TAD.org online account holders. In addition to the online services TAD has been providing for well over a decade, we have added email announcements for TAD.org Online Account Holders of seasonal process availability (like filing an online rendition, protest, or value offer/negotiation), value notice availability, and ARB hearing notice availability. If you have yet to create an online account at TAD.org, please click here first for instructions in obtaining your property's unique PIN and other helpful information. Make the property appraisal process easier to navigate - sign up for email announcements today.

Please contact the operator to update the mailing address as well as contacting the Tarrant Appraisal District mineral department at [email protected]. See question above: How Do I Contact The Gas Well Operator Related To My Mineral Account?

Value Notices are mailed beginning in April through the summer of each year. Not everyone will receive a Notice every year. If you expect you should have received one, you can access your online account to view a copy. If you haven't received your value notice or if you need another copy, please Log into your Online Account by clicking on the Login button in the upper right hand corner of the screen.

Once you have signed into your Online Account, follow these steps:

  1. Locate the Account on your Dashboard that you are interested in viewing or printing the Value Notice.
  2. Click the View Documents button on the expanded view of your property. Once you click the View Documents, you should see your documents beginning to load for the current and prior year, which includes your Value Notice.
  3. Click on the Value Notice button and you should be able to view, print, and download the report.