Ownwell Resource Center
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Georgia Property Taxes 101
Everything property owners need to know about property taxes in the Peach State.
Washington Property Taxes: 101
Everything you need to know about property taxes in the Evergreen State.
How The Homestead Cap Impacts Texas Property Tax Protests
Everything you need to know about the homestead cap and its impact on property taxes protests in the Lone Star State.
Property Portal: Everything you need at your fingertips
Viewing appeal status updates, uploading additional documents, and referring friends just got easier.
Property Values & Tax Protests: Who pays the highest effective tax rates?
Data Analysis Prepared by Ownwell May 2022
Property Tax Exemptions: What You Need To Know
This article covers what exemptions are, as well as who typically qualifies for them.
What You Need to Know About DIY Property Tax Appeals
Property tax appeals are a great way for property owners to save money. However, filing an appeal is not for the faint of heart.
Property Damage Repairs and Tax Reductions: What You Need To Know
Evidence of property damage or deferred maintenance is one of the most effective ways to reduce your property taxes.
How Ownwell earned a 16% property tax reduction for an $8.8M waterfront office
The past couple years have been complicated for commercial real estate.
New Name. Same Fast & Simple Property Tax Appeals.
We are excited to officially announce that we have changed our name from realAppeal to Ownwell.
Home values have skyrocketed in 2021, does that mean my tax bill will too?
Although home values have skyrocketed recently, this does not mean that your property taxes will reflect this same increase in value.
A New Home Assessed Above Its Sale Price
Our service ensures homeowners do not overpay on their property taxes.
Reducing the Taxes on a New Rental Property
How a protest helped the new owner of a commercial property fix a tax bill adjustment.