Late protests are allowed for good cause if you miss the usual deadline. The Appraisal Review Board (ARB) decides whether you have good cause. Late protests are not allowed after the ARB approves the appraisal records for the year. Submit your late protest and documentation showing good cause to the ARB by mail to 2801 […]
Per Section 22.27 of the Texas Property Tax Code, the Appraisal District is prohibited from disclosing sales information gathered from a private source. Taxpayers who have protested their property are entitled only to a list of sales used to value their property.
Fort Bend CAD does not bill, invoice your taxes. We only appraise property for Fort Bend County. Please contact your taxing entity about your tax bill.
The CAD appraisals are audited by the State each year. Appraisals must be 100% of market value to ensure that school districts will not lose any state funding.
The data that is being presented on this website is public record and available under laws governing the public’s right to access public information. We cannot selectively remove or withhold this information.Under Section 25.025, Tax Code defines who can have their information secured. If you feel you qualify for what is allowed by law. You […]
The information shown on the website is as of certification date. Any property ownership or value change after certification will not show on the website until the following year when the website will show preliminary data on April 15th.
Effective as of Sept 1, 2005, the Fort Bend County Appraisal District Website will no longer display photographs and building sketches for all property. In accordance with Senate Bill 541, as passed by the Texas Legislature, information in appraisal records may not be posted on the Internet if the information is a photograph, sketch, or […]
If there is any information on the property that is incorrect you can mail a detailed letter to our address here at 2801 B.F. Terry Blvd. Rosenberg, TX 77471. Please include all the information regarding the property, the reason the information we have is incorrect, and your contact information. You can also come in person […]
Fort Bend Central Appraisal District does NOT collect, bill, invoice or handle any property tax bills. We ONLY APPRAISE Property in Fort Bend County.
The Fort Bend Central Appraisal District is a political subdivision of the State of Texas established in 1982 for the purpose of discovering and appraising property for ad valorem tax purposes for each taxing unit within the boundaries of the district.
The district has approximately 376,000 accounts to appraise each year with a total market value of approximately $107 billion.
FBCAD Serves Approx. 215 Taxing Units.