Denton TX Property Taxes

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Buc-ee’s Suit Against Denton Central Appraisal One Of Many In Broken Property Tax System

The new Denton Buc-ee's is already testing the waters of the two-tiered property tax system in Texas. Buc-ee's representatives already convinced the DCAD appraisal review board to chop over $850,000 off the initial appraisal last year, but apparently Buc-ee's feels the taxed value of the new Denton store is still too high, thus the suit in Denton County District court. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the efforts of business and industry as they buy justice at the local CAD. County records show 170 active cases against the Denton [...]

Hunter Ranch Cole Ranch Development Presented To Denton City Council

The Denton City Council received a detailed presentation from Hillwood and Stratford Land representatives during Tuesday work session. The proposed master-planned community of Hunter Ranch and Cole Ranch would encompass roughly 6000 acres and bring 15,000 new homes to the City of Denton, boosting Denton's housing stock by nearly 50 percent if the project were to be approved. A central question at the Denton City Council meeting was whether or not a special financing district or MMD (Municipal Management District) is the best path for the city to partner with developers Hillwood Communities and Stratford [...]

Denton TX Property Taxes Soar As Homeowners Confront Fed Propaganda

Collections from Denton TX property taxes will likely hit record highs this year. When you receive your property tax bills in the mail, be sure to thank the Federal Reserve. After years of goosing asset prices higher, particularly property and stock prices, just about every piece of real estate in Denton TX and Denton County has risen in value. This is not rocket science. There is no mystery behind what drove the price increases. If you are a beneficiary of home price appreciation and you are fortunate enough to sell, cashing in on the gains [...]