khadeaparna, Home Buyer in Sugar Land, TX

How can i get a tax assessed house price?

Asked by khadeaparna, Sugar Land, TX Sun Jan 13, 2013

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I see this is a new home and is under contract, if you are the buyer then I would refer you to your Realtor they should be able to asssit you with the Tax value for this home, if not contact the builder or listing agent, if none of then will help you then contact the Fort Bend appraisal office.
Don Turner, GRI
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Hi, the local tax assessor's office will have the assessed value, for tax purposes.

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For all your property tax inquiries, you can simply go to the Fort Bend Tax assessment website at

There is a difference between assessed value and appraised value of a property. Assessed value is the value placed on property for tax purposes only. It is usually based on outdated information (may not take into account any recent improvements made to the home) and thus not a good indicator of what your home is currently worth in today's market. Appraised value is used to determine what your home will likely sell for in today's market by analyzing comps in your neighborhood in the last 3 to 6 months and factoring in any upgrades you have recently made to the home.
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The county (or Town) will have these records, which are public. You may be able to find out by just a phone call. This information may also be on the internet. Be sure not to confuse assessed value with appraised value: they are different things, done for different purposes.
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If you are seeking the the property tax details and the rate and value by which it is taxed head over to Fort Bend tax assessment website. Just type fort bend property tax into Google.
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