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Property Tax Loans

A property tax loan is a loan where you and the lender negotiate agreed upon terms, and the lender pays your tax obligation to the county or applicable tax office. The tax office reflects your account as paid, and all municipal collection actions cease. The governmental tax lien is transferred to the property tax lender, and you pay the lender, pursuant to your agreement. A property tax loan is often not constrained in the same way a county tax office might be. You likely will be able to reduce fees, extend your time for payment, and/or both.

Our property tax loans are suited for almost all situations and budgets. CLICK HERECLICK HERE for an instant quote.

A Loan to Pay Property Taxes Can Provide Fast Funding & Help You Avoid Penalties

Being behind on your Texas property taxes can open a floodgate of penalty fees and payments. Your first legal collection penalties, typically in July, amount to 20%, then you will receive collection letters that threaten foreclosure and lawsuits. To avoid everything snowballing out of control, you can find relief through fast funding for property taxes with American Finance & Investment Co., Inc.

When you apply for a property tax loan with us, you can avoid accruing county interest, taxes, fees, and penalties on your delinquent property taxes. We have been working with residential and business property owners in Texas for many years, and we know what it takes to sidestep the stress brought by unpaid property taxes. Our process has been designed to eliminate that stress and ensure your property taxes are paid within a matter of days. CLICK HERECLICK HERE for an instant quote.

How Your Property Taxes Increase if They Aren’t Paid

On 1 February of each year, the taxing authority in Texas charges property owners 7% in interest and penalties in most counties. This interest and penalty rate will increase by 2% per month until July 1st, when the authority will slam you with a staggering 20% collection fee.

Between February 1st and July 1st, your property taxes will have accumulated 38% in penalties, interest, and fees if you are still delinquent on your taxes. The bad news is that there isn’t a cap on the penalty fees and it will continue to rise each month. Those who fall behind can see their penalties and fees rise to 44% on top of your base property tax payment in the first year alone.

With quick and easy approval as well as fast funding, we will get you out of the situation you find yourself in. Get an estimate in under 1 minute by completing the form on our property tax loans page or below.

Pay Off Your Delinquent Property Tax
No Money Down
No Credit Check
Rate Match Guarantee
Online Process
Avoid Foreclosure

Get your Loan Quote
in under 1 Minute!

My Property Tax Loan Quote

Get your estimate in under 1 minute!
Fill out the form below to start your loan quote

My Property Tax Loan Quote

Get your estimate in under 1 minute!
Fill out the form below to start your loan quote

Pay Us Later
Pay Us Later
Interest Only
Interest Only
Escrow Protection
Escrow Protection
Rate Buster
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Proudly Serving Austin (Travis County & Williamson County), Dallas (Dallas County), El Paso (El Paso County), Fort Worth (Tarrant County), Houston (Harris County, Fort Bend County, & Montgomery County), the Rio Grande Valley (Mcallen, Phar, Hidalgo County, & Cameron County), San Antonio (Bexar County), Waco (McLennan County) and the rest of Texas with Property Tax Loans.

YOUR TAX OFFICE MAY OFFER DELINQUENT TAX INSTALLMENT PLANS THAT MAY BE LESS COSTLY TO YOU. YOU CAN REQUEST INFORMATION ABOUT THE AVAILABILITY OF THESE PLANS FROM THE TAX OFFICE.

If you are over 64 or disabled, don’t get a property tax loan, contact your tax office about a deferral.

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