The Online Protest link will not be active until May 1st.
Not all properties are eligible for an Online Protest. Texas Tax Code Sec. 41.415 states that only Homesteaded properties in a homogeneous subdivision are eligible for an Online Protest.
- Residential Homes with a granted Homestead.
- Homes in a homogeneous (of like properties) subdivision.
You will not be eligible to file an Online Protest if:
- Non-Homesteaded property.
- Property coded to an agent.
- Abstract or rural areas
- Non-homogeneous (of like properties) subdivision.
Texas Tax Code Sec. 41.415. ELECTRONIC FILING OF NOTICE OF PROTEST
(b) The appraisal district shall implement a system that allows the owner of a property that for the current tax year has been granted a residence homestead exemption under Section 11.13, in connection with the property, to electronically:(1) file a notice of protest under Section 41.41(a)(1) or (2) with the appraisal review board;
(g) An appraisal district is not required to make the system required by this section available to an owner of a residence homestead located in an area in which the chief appraiser determines that the factors affecting the market value of real property are unusually complex or to an owner who has designated an agent to represent the owner in a protest as provided by Section 1.111.