But they cannot "see" their mistake by a conversation over the phone, so I will have to pay them a visit. FYI, it is a big mess when someone in the appraisal district makes a mistake in their computer. Now I have to prove it with all the docs I have. Also, what a bunch of mistrained individuals who answers the phone at their "call center."
Bottom line is that the taxes were not yet due and payable at the time you closed your sale and the tax office is incorrect, but they can only base it on what they have in their records and the title company will now need to "fix" the issue.
Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Credit Repair Advisor
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I live in Austin and the answer the Bexar County officials (both tax dist. and appraisal) are saying that the owner of record on 1/1/2011 (that was me) is responsible for the entire bill. I need to bring it up with the new owner and let him pay me back. What????
I will be driving down from Austin to SA to clear things up with the officials. No one wants to pick up the phone to communicate with the other official and vice versa. No one there on 411 Frio cares.
Leah McNamara GRI BPOR
Best Practices Realty
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This is a mistake. Buyer will pay the taxes.
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