Property Tax Loans In Texas
Are you delinquent with your property taxes? Don’t feel bad. Thousands of other Texans are, too. Hunter-Kelsey helps Texans pay their residential and commercial property taxes. We will quickly pay your taxes so you’ll no longer incur the large penalties, interest, and attorney collection fees charged by your county.
What is a property tax loan?
A property tax loan is made for the purpose of paying your property taxes on time so you do not incur the delinquent fees, which can be over 47% the first year in most Texas counties. Getting your taxes paid on time prevents the county from suing you, which will add more legal costs, and/or it prevents the taxing unit from foreclosing on your property for unpaid taxes.
How does it work?
A property tax lender pays your property taxes directly to the taxing unit (county, school district, etc.) and then gives you a payment plan to pay them back. The taxing unit has a lien against your property, and they transfer that lien to the tax lender when the tax lender pays your taxes. The tax lien is the tax lender’s security for payment and is released after you have paid off your loan.
Who is Hunter-Kelsey?
We are an Austin-based company owned by Texans since 2005 that only does property tax loans on Texas property. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding customer service and are proud of our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. We have helped over 7,000 Texans save money and their property.
After a 10-15 minute phone call in which we get the information needed to complete your loan application, we’ll quickly produce your loan documents and have them delivered to you to sign by a mobile notary. We will then pay the county in full so you no longer are delinquent or incur extra costs with them. You’ll no longer worry about the charges that, in most counties, can add up to an extra 47% this year and you won’t have to worry about a county lawsuit or a possible foreclosure.
Don’t wait any longer. Give us a call at 866-PROP-TAX now to learn more about how a property tax loan can help you.