Reviewing ARB Results

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As another successful appeal season draws to an end, there is still important work to be done. Appraisal Review Boards are mailing final orders which provide written notice of their decisions. These final orders also serve as our starting point for possible litigation. From this point we have 60 days to file a lawsuit with district court and 45 days to file Binding Arbitration. We review every ARB ruling, analyzing the results and comparing our value to similar competing properties to determine if further appeal is recommended.

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Kevin joined Property Tax Advocates in 2007 and is responsible for Real & Business Personal Property protests throughout Texas. Prior to joining Property Tax Advocates, Kevin was a commercial tax appraiser for Tarrant Appraisal District from 2004-2007. He is a member of a wide range of professional associations, including the Texas Association of Property Tax Professionals, the North Texas Association of Assessing Officers and the Apartment Association of Tarrant County. Kevin is also a graduate of the University of North Texas.

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