Prior to protesting your Dallas County property taxes, it is vital to be prepared for your hearings. Your appraisal district has more information than ever – and you need to be ready also.


Protest Your Dallas County 
Texas Property Taxes

Dallas County's population was 2,368,139 in 2010. It is the 8th-most populous county in the nation and the second-most populated in Texas. Its county seat is the city of Dallas, the third largest city in Texas and the ninth largest city in the United States.


Dallas County was founded in 1846 and was possibly named for George Mifflin Dallas, the 11th Vice President of the United States under U.S. President James K. Polk.


Dallas County is included in the Dallas-Arlington-Fort Worth metropolitan statistical area (colloquially referred to as the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex).

Dallas County, like all counties in Texas, is governed by a commissioners' court. This court consists of the county judge (the chairperson of the court), who is elected county-wide, and four commissioners who are elected by the voters in each of four precincts.

Dallas County property taxes can kill your property investment if the appraisal district continues to raise the appraised value of your property, it can sink your return.

Why Bukowski Law Firm? We bring experience and strategies that work to lower your assessed Dallas County property values 

  • Our firm has over 10 years of experience protesting property tax assessed values in Texas.

  • We regularly protest all types of commercial properties – including multifamily, retail, office, etc.  

  • We work on a contingency – if we can’t lower your assessed value, you do not have to pay anything.

  • Our strategies make us determined and aggressive – we will push the appraisal district as far as we can to try to get the lowest assessed value we can.

  • As a one stop commercial law firm – if the appraisal review board does not grant us a fair assessed value, we will file a lawsuit on your behalf.

What is important about Dallas County property tax protests 

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  • The Appraisal Districts are very aggressive.
    It’s in the assessors best interest to raise your taxes as high as possible every year.

  • The Appraisal Districts have more information than ever before. You have to be prepared. Retaining competent council is the first start.

  • High taxes can ruin an investment’s rate of return.

  • Make sure the protest of the assessed value on both a market value and an equal and uniform basis.

  • Know your Dallas County property. Know the analysis. Be prepared.

Bukowski Law Firm is your property’s best asset.

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