Our First Priority is Educating You on Your Personal Property Taxes
You Pay A Tax for Owning Property
Local taxing authorities, or counties, charge residential and commercial property owners a tax based on the value of their property. They use this money to pay for a number of public programs in your local community. Road construction, police and fire departments, parks and recreation, sidewalks, and traffic lights are just a few of the areas your tax dollars are spent.
October 1st marks the beginning of the collection period for property taxes. Tax bills for the upcoming year are mailed out by the tax assessor. This period is critical in determining whether or not you can afford to pay your taxes. Taking advantage of our property tax relief program early will ensure that your account doesn’t incur large penalties.
Taxes Due January 31st
The last day to pay your taxes before they are considered delinquent is January 31st. If you are unable to pay your taxes by the deadline, the county will begin penalizing you by charging interest on your unpaid balance. The chart to the left shows how these penalties can quickly take a $10,000 property tax bill to over $14,000 in just a few short months.
If the county is still unable to collect your unpaid property taxes after charging you penalties and interest, they can foreclose on your home. To pay off the amount you owe, the county can take your home from you, sell it, and then use the funds to satisfy your debt. This, of course, is a last resort, but it happens too often, leaving people without a home.
We Can Help You
We understand that people sometimes find themselves in tough financial situations. When you work with us, you are not incurring new debt, you are simply partnering with a lender who will help relieve your existing debt. It is our goal to help borrower’s understand their options so they can make informed decisions and quickly get back on their feet. Get started now by estimating your payments below!
We Strive to Find a Solution for Every Property Owner
Whether you own a home or a business, if you have unpaid property taxes we want to help you. Here's what some of our satisfied customers have to say about their experience.
Taxes Paid: $16,517
"My wife was in a serious accident and our medical bills continued to rise. Alamo Home Finance was a Godsend to help pay our property taxes. Overall the process was smooth, and they kept me in the loop to assure me that everything was on track."
Taxes Paid: $15,094
"Our business heard about Alamo and how they help pay property taxes for commercial properties. The entire staff was very professional. I would absolutely recommend Alamo Home Finance to my colleagues who need help paying their property taxes."
Taxes Paid: $7,607
"My mother recently passed away and transferred her house to my name. I was able to pay some of the back taxes, but could not afford to pay them all. I called Alamo and immediately felt comfortable. They have taken care of me and I would recommend them to others in my situation."