DFW, Texas — A property tax bill for a Texas ranch has gotten a lot of attention lately.
The property tax increase is expected to go into effect in November.
According to Texas Tribune, property owners in Dallas are getting an increase of $10 per year for property valued at more than $2 million.
Daryl and Julie Tully are expecting the increase to take effect next year.
“We have three boys,” Julie Tullys told the Texas Tribune.
Julie Tully has been the property tax administrator in Dallas since 2011.
She said it is not uncommon for her to receive a bill for the new taxes.
“It’s not that we are bad people, it’s just the new rates that we have had to pay,” she said.
Some people are outraged that they are paying a higher tax, while others are taking a different approach.
While most people are upset with the new rate, the Tullies have not seen anything as drastic as the property taxes.
On a recent Thursday, they were in their office and took their phones and iPads out to take a look.
There was a sign hanging on the wall that said “no cellphones, no computers,” and the door to the office was locked.
When I walked in there, I could see a lot more of the new bills.
For the past several years, Julie and Daryl Tully have been working as the primary property tax administrators in Dallas.”
We’ve had the same bill for almost three years, so it is definitely a different situation.”
For the past several years, Julie and Daryl Tully have been working as the primary property tax administrators in Dallas.
The couple is very proud of the work they do and how they have been able to help their fellow Dallas property owners, including those in need.
They say they have helped property owners save thousands of dollars in property taxes, and have been successful in helping people avoid the new property tax bills.
Their new bill, which is expected in November, will bring in about $30,000 for the Tullys this year.
They say that the tax increase will help address the property’s current economic downturn, but the amount has not been finalized yet.