Request for Electronic Communications-Sec 1.086
Sec. 1.086. Delivery of Certain Notices by E-Mail. [Effective January 1, 2020]
On the written request of the owner of a residential property that is occupied by the owner as the owner’s principal residence, the chief appraiser of the appraisal district in which the property is located shall send each notice required by this title related to:
- 1) a change in value of the property.
- 2) the eligibility of the property for exemption.
- 3) the grant, denial, cancellation, or other change in the status of an exemption or exemption application.
If you would like to request to receive electronic communication, please fill out and submit the following form:
The Texas Property Tax Code requires all property to be appraised at one hundred percent (100%) market value. Also, in the Code, the Chief Appraiser is required to use the income method to appraise property qualified as low-income housing under Section 11.1825. Specifically, the appraiser must consider the restrictions on who may rent the property and the amount of rent to be charged. As of January 31, of each year, the District must give public notice of the cap rate to be used on all qualified low-income housing properties. The 2022 Capitalization rate for Delta County Appraisal District is between 8.5% and 9.5%.