Total Number of Parcels in DistrictSource: Texas Comptroller, compiled by O’Connor, and not affiliated with any appraisal district.
Texas property owners should protest annually since About half of Texas properties are assessed at 100% of market value or higher based on data from the Texas Comptroller.
El Paso County Appraisal District Tax Parcels
El Paso County Appraisal District (EPCAD) attempts to: 1) identify all real and personal property, and 2) then value each parcel. Their primary mission is to equitably spread the property taxes paid to entities in the county as accurate and equitable as possible. Texas has a total of 20,663,600 tax parcels, or an average of 82,986 per county.
El Paso County Appraisal District has a lean level of staffing. In 2018, there were 2,221 appraisers at Texas appraisal districts valuing 20,663,600 tax parcels, for an average of 9,305 parcels per appraiser. Based on 220 workdays per year, that is 42 appraisals per day or five per hour.
EPCAD Total Number of Parcels in District
Property tax values must be revalued by the El Paso County Appraisal District at least every three years. Following is a summary of the total number of parcels and the number revalued annually.
Market Value All Property in El Paso CountySource: Texas Comptroller, compiled by O’Connor, and not affiliated with any appraisal district.
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Texas property owners should protest annually since To support neighbors’ appeals for unequal appraisal.
El Paso County - Total Market Value for All Property
El Paso County Appraisal District is required to provide a value for all real property and business personal property in El Paso County annually. This initial guesstimate is subject to appeal annually, regardless of whether the value rose, was flat or fell. El Paso County property values by category are summarized in the graph.