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Property taxes got you down?


For many the American dream is becoming less attainable. Even through the housing market continues to stay hot in North Texas, prices are surging and a continued shortage of available units is evident, and now a lack of construction workers hampers fulfilling the demand for new houses. But today, even when that dream is attainable, too many Texans are in danger of losing their homes because of rising property taxes. Too many seniors are watching their property tax bills rise, while their retirement income stays the same. No Texan should have to sell their home because the government keeps raising property taxes each year. After talking to several residents after getting their current property tax assessment homeowners deserve property tax relief. We are all subject to the same taxation and have experienced annual increases in our property tax bill. Even while the school district, city and the county hold their tax rates steady, or even cut their tax rates, our property tax bill goes up. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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