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Formal Protest Flowchart

Property owner submits a timely filed protest with Collin Appraisal Review Board (ARB)

Protest must be postmarked or hand-delivered by May 15th, of the current year or by the protest deadline on the Notice of Appraised Value. (If May 15th falls on a weekend or legal state or national holiday, the deadline will be the next business day.)

Appraisal Review Board will schedule a formal hearing

A property owner may participate in their ARB protest hearing by appearing in-person, or by sworn affidavit or written declaration, accompanied by telephone or video conference if requested. If you intend to appear by telephone or video conference, you must notify the ARB of your request in writing no later than the 10th day before the date of the hearing and must include the Owner’s Name, Address, and Property Account Number(s). Requests should be made using the Online Appeals eFile website. Requests can also be made via email to An owner who appears by telephone or video conference must offer any evidence by affidavit or written declaration. The ARB must receive the declaration or affidavit prior to the hearing. An owner who timely requests a telephone or video conference hearing will receive detailed information about the process. During a videoconference, in addition to audio, the ARB panel hearing the protest will use screen sharing to allow all parties a live view of the evidence being reviewed by members of the ARB panel.

Appraisal Review Board will mail a Notice of Hearing to the property owner

The ARB will send a hearing notification letter at least 15 days prior to the hearing. Property owner will begin collecting evidence for a hearing before the Collin Appraisal Review Board.

Prior to attending hearing

Day of hearing

In hearing panel

After hearing
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