Midland Property Tax Loans: Affordable Solutions to Rising Property Tax Bills
The economy is Midland is booming, and property market values here are going through the roof. Once the tax assessor's appraisals catch up, Midland home, business and rental property owners will be facing inflated tax bills. If a property owner hasn't seen the city's economic growth reflected in their own income, they may not be able to get these higher taxes paid by the January 31st deadline. Instead of dealing with the stress and huge tax assessor fees that come with delinquency, they have an affordable alternative -- a Midland property tax loan.
Trade Massive Tax Assessor Fees For Zero-Down, Low-Interest Midland Property Tax Loans
Letting property taxes fall delinquent can be extremely expensive, with first-year interest, penalties and collection fees from the Midland County Tax Assessor totaling 48 percent of the back taxes owed. Getting these past due taxes paid off as soon as possible with a Midland property tax loan can save an owner up to 60 percent of what they'd owe the tax assessor in the first twelve months. Calling Property Tax Funding at 877-776-7391 to take advantage of the easy qualification and fast approval of a Midland property tax loan also lets an owner avoid a lawsuit from the city's attorneys and the threat of foreclosure.
Additional Property Tax Resources : City of Midland -- official website & Midland Central Appraisal District
All About Midland
Midland is located halfway between Fort Worth and El Paso, on the southern plains of West Texas. Originally founded in 1881 as a stop on the Texas and Pacific Railway, today it's the hub of the fastest growing metropolitan area in the nation, thanks to a revolutionized oil and natural gas industry and the city's enviable location on the oil-rich Permian Basin. Life is good for Midland's 118,000 residents -- unemployment is an astounding 3.2 percent, and the overall cost of living is low. Midland property tax loans can help keep property ownership here affordable for anyone facing a delinquent tax bill, with no personal credit requirements, flexible repayment terms and no early payoff penalties.