FBCAD Certifies Appraisal Roll…

Fort Bend Central Appraisal District Certifies Appraisal Roll

FORT BEND – Jordan Wise, chief appraiser of the Fort Bend Central Appraisal District (FBCAD), certified the 2022 appraisal roll following its approval by the Appraisal Review Board of Fort Bend County.

The certification of the appraisal roll allows the taxing units across Fort Bend County to move forward with the process of adopting 2022 tax rates. The appraisal roll contains the certified values of all real and business personal property accounts in the county.

“The appraisal roll provides the taxing units with the values of all properties completed to date. We give the taxing units estimates related to the unresolved accounts so they have as much information as possible when working their rate adoption calculations,” Wise said.

Only 3.04 percent of the total appraised value in the district remained under appeal when the Appraisal Review Board approved the records on July 20. As of that date, approximately 13,000 more appeals had been filed this year than in 2021. For certification, state law requires that at least 95 percent of the total appraised value is no longer under protest.

As the remaining appeals are resolved and exemptions are applied, this information will be added to supplemental rolls provided to the taxing units.

“We are happy to announce the timely certification of the appraisal rolls,” said Wise. “Unprecedented property value appreciation led to a record number of appeals in 2022. Timely certification would not be possible without the hard work from the Appraisal Review Board and the FBCAD team.”

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