Next-Level Support from Your Fort Bend County Property Tax Advocates
The surest way to keep your Fort Bend County property tax bills in check, and to ensure your commercial property is valued correctly, is to protest your commercial property taxes annually. At Lane Property Tax Advocates, we’re dedicated to taking the stress out of the protest process — and to making sure commercial property owners like you only pay what’s fair.

Lane takes the lead every step of the way, beginning with initial filings and information gathering to start your protest on the right foot. From there, our property tax experts will represent you at formal and informal hearings, handle arbitration and litigation if necessary, and offer guidance across any other questions that arise along the way. It’s all about putting our decades of commercial real estate experience, wealth of commercial property tax knowledge and long-held relationships with the Fort Bend County Appraisal District to work for you. Let’s work together to ensure a fair Fort Bend County property tax bill, ease your stress and unburden your business.

Lane Provides Fort Bend County Property Tax Help in All Areas

  • Beasley business property tax protest
  • Fresno business property tax protest
  • Fulshear business property tax protest
  • Katy business property tax protest
  • Kendleton business property tax protest
  • Missouri City business property tax protest
  • Needville business property tax protest
  • Richmond business property tax protest
  • Rosenberg business property tax protest
  • Sugar Land business property tax protest

A Full Range of Services to Fight High Fort Bend County Property Taxes

Our tax appeal services have a proven track record. Here’s what you get with Lane:
Paperwork: Handled and filed
Property Values: Protested in-person
Appraisal Review Board Meetings:
Attended on your behalf
Litigation and Arbitration: Managed

Stop Paying Too-High Commercial Property Taxes

Fill out the form below to start your free protest*.

The deadline to file commercial property tax protests for the 2022/2023 season has passed. Lane Property Tax Advocates is no longer accepting requests. Please check back in September/October to get the process started for the coming season.

Why Protest Your Commercial Property Taxes?


The Appraisal District uses a process called Max Appraisal to generate a computer estimated value for your property, which is not always reliable.

Most Appeals Are Successful

Typically, 50%-80% of appeals will reduce property taxes (depending on the year).

Protesting Annually Keeps Taxes Low

Every tax year stands on its own so the process of continuing to appeal your value keeps your tax bill low.

More Money in Your Pocket

Any taxes you don’t have to pay means more of your money stays in your pocket.

Learn the 5 Myths to Protesting Your Commercial Propery Taxes

Download our free guide and find out why protesting your property taxes may be easier than you think.

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How Does a County Commercial Property Tax Protest Work?

Working with Lane Property Tax Advocates makes things easy. We take care of all the legwork, so you can focus on managing your commercial properties and running your business. We have a proven track record for our clients:
100+ years of combined real estate experience
75%+ of property values are corrected when represented by a property tax firm
14% average reduction in property values for Lane clients

Ready to Unburden Your Business?

Lane Property Tax Advocates has been serving the greater Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Dallas areas and beyond for over 10 years - and we can help you, too.
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