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How Long Does It Take to Get a Property Tax Loan in Texas?

Texas property taxes are some of the highest in the nation, and if you are currently late paying your property taxes, your bill could almost double by the end of the year. This can occur from interest, penalties, and fees being tacked on to your property tax bill. The longer you wait to pay your overdue taxes, the more you owe. So, getting those property taxes paid off as quickly as possible is beneficial, regardless of which way is right for you. Fortunately, if you are looking for a property tax loan in Texas, we understand how time-sensitive the situation is. That’s why we try to make the process as smooth and simple as possible.

What is the Process to Secure a Property Tax Loan? 

The standard application process follows these 4 steps:

1. Provide Your Basic Information – you can either fill out our loan interest form online, or you can give us a call at  888-724-0915.

2. Fill Out a Loan Application – one of our loan officers will review your basic information and contact you promptly to begin processing your application. We will give you all the loan details, including repayment options, for free and with no obligation.

3. Set up the Loan Closing – we will prepare the necessary documentation and schedule a closing at your convenience. No credit checks are necessary, and no money is due to Johnson & Starr at closing. 

4. Taxes are Paid in Full – Johnson & Starr delivers payment directly to your local tax office for your residential or commercial property taxes immediately after closing.

How Fast is the Loan Process?

Having past due property taxes can get expensive fast, which is why Johnson & Starr is here to assist you with your property tax loan needs. Our entire loan process can often be completed in 1 – 3 days. This means if you choose to work with us today, you may have peace of mind tonight.

So don’t hesitate – fill out our application or give us a call today to see if our Texas property tax loans are right for you.

Want to calculate your estimated monthly payments with Johnson & Starr before contacting us? Use our property tax loan calculator to estimate your property tax loan payments.