With experience in managing land for agricultural and conservation tax strategies, our team can help you get the most out of your land –– and your finances –– every year.
If you’re facing eye-popping property taxes on your ranch or land in Texas, you may have options.
We can help with:
Your tax professional can help you identify the best tax-savings opportunities based on your Texas property and locale.
Then we can bring the plan to life.
From cattle grazing to preparing a property for wildlife management and trophy hunting opportunities, many Texas landowners have options when it comes to reducing their property (and sometimes income) tax burden.
Reduced tax burden may have been what attracted you to Texas in the first place. The state of Texas levies no property taxes; these are all assessed and administered locally.
Parts of the Brazos Valley and Texas Hill Country provide partial or full (sometimes called absolute) exemptions from appraised property values used to determine local property taxes.
In many cases, ranch owners can reduce their property tax bill by more than 80%. For individuals or families with hundreds of acres of land, that can mean tens of thousands in tax savings every year.