In Spring Texas, we have three taxing entities the MUD (Muncipal Utility District), the school district which can either be Conroe, Klein, or Spring, and the County which can either be Harris or Montgomery.
In my case, my MUD is MUD #104, the school district is Klein school district, and the county is Harris County. Each taxing authority sends out its own property tax bill. Receiving three separate bills instead of one combined property tax bill makes me feel like my property taxes are a just a wee bit smaller.
So far I have received my 2008 property tax bill from MUD #104 and the Klein school district. The Harris County property tax bill has not found its way to my mailbox yet.
Since I was an Accountant before I was ever a Realtor, I am a stickler for the details. So when my Spring Texas property tax bills arrive, I carefully review each bill for the following:
If you have any questions about Spring Texas property taxes or homestead exemptions, give me a call at 281.804.8626. I am more than happy to answer your questions because I know our Spring Texas real estate taxes are frequently misunderstood.
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