Online E-File Appeals
You will access the Online E-File website and you will click on the E-File Appeals button located at the bottom of the page.
Next, click on the Button for:
After registering and you login to see your properties, you can add additional owner IDs that you may have under different name. Example: John Smith Owner ID#12345 and John Smith Trustee Owner ID# 23456 can be combined under one user login access.
Once you have registered and signed in on the website, you will see a list of your properties that are eligible to file an E-File online appeal or protest. If you have more than one Owner ID, you can simply add the additional Owner IDs to the one registered user. You cannot start an E-File appeal online after the protest deadline has passed. You still have the option to file a late protest on the paper protest form.
There are only two protest reasons allowed as an E-File appeal.
Market Value and Unequal Appraisal.
All other types of protests must use the paper protest form to file their protest.
The property owner and staff appraiser can upload evidence or photos to help in resolving their value dispute. The Taxpayer will receive a settlement offer or will receive a notice that a settlement offer will not be made for the current property protest. The property owner will either electronically accept or reject a settlement offer received.
Checklist of Properties currently eligible to E-File an Online Appeal
Current residential homestead taxpayers must be able to file a notice of protest electronically.
The appraisal district must provide information about accessing and using the electronic system with the 25.19 appraisal notice.
The appraisal district does not have to make this system available to any owner where the chief appraiser determines factors are unusually complex.
Any email address and phone numbers received in this system must be kept confidential.