Gregg County Appraisal District Mission Statement: Courteously and respectfully serve the public and its entities by providing an equal and uniform appraisal roll in an accurate and timely manner.
SCAM ALERT! FILING OF A HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION IS FREE. DO NOT BE TAKEN IN BY SOLICITORS REQUIRING A FEE TO FILE PAPERWORK FOR YOU. CALL THE APPRAISAL DISTRICT FOR MORE INFORMATION. WE ARE HERE TO HELP!
**Personal Property appraisal notices included a letter assigning a pin# for those wanting to file an online protest. In this letter we mistakenly wrote May 15, 2018 as the protest deadline filing date.
The correct protest deadline filing date for Personal Property, online or otherwise, is June 11, 2018**
Welcome to Gregg County Appraisal District!
Message from the Chief Appraiser: Welcome to our website, I hope that you will find general information helpful about the District and the ad valorem property tax system. Information regarding specific properties within the district is also available as allowed by law. We are dedicated to serving the citizens of Gregg County while ensuring that property valuation in our county is fair, equal, and uniform.
Libby Neely, RPA, CCA, CTA
Gregg Appraisal District is responsible for appraising all real and business personal property within Gregg County. The district appraises property according to the Texas Property Tax Code and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP).
HOMESTEAD APPLICATION QUALIFICATIONS – per the Texas Legislature under HB 1287
- You owned the property on January 1
- You occupied it as your principal residence on January 1
- You and your spouse do not claim a residence homestead exemption on another property
- You must furnish a copy of a valid Texas driver’s license or State ID and the address on the license must be the same for which the homestead exemption being applied
Please contact the Gregg Appraisal District at 903-238-8823 for any questions you may have concerning the qualifications for homestead exemptions.
- New Deadline For Business Personal Property Filings Beginning In 2018
- Property Taxes on Farms & Ranches Could be Reduced with Productivity Appraisal
- Business Personal Property Owner’s Claiming Allocation of Value
- Annual Mailing of Applications, Exemptions, Renditions & Ag/Timber Forms
- Homeowners To Take Advantage Of Homestead Exemptions