Pay your Gregg County, Texas property taxes online using this service.

You will need one of the following information to search and pay for your property taxes online: Account number, owner's name (last name first), address, appraisal district reference number, or fiduciary number.

FAQs

Is there any option of installment payments?

The Texas Property Tax code provides the option of installment payments for persons with an Over 65 Homestead, Disabled Veterans Homestead, and those who qualify for a Disability Homestead Exemption. The base amount of taxes due is divided into four payments and the schedule is as follows:: 1st payment must be made by January 31st 2nd payment must be made by March 31st 3rd payment must be made by May 31st 4th payment must be made by July 31st Payments are to be postmarked and/or paid by the dates shown above. Payments made after these dates will become delinquent and incur penalty and interest.

Can I pay my property taxes online?

Yes, to utilize this feature, use the search function to locate the property you would like to pay. Click on the account number and a "Property Tax Balance" screen will appear. Click the blue button that says "Click Here to Pay Now". Fill in the required information. Print and keep your confirmation sheet until you receive a receipt from the tax office that shows your payment.

Can I use a credit or debit card to pay my taxes?

Yes, credit cards are accepted over the counter, online, and by phone (866-520-5602). Debit cards are accepted over the counter only. There is a convenience fee of 2.35% (minimum $2.00) for credit cards and $1.50 for debit cards. E-checks are also available online with no additional fees.

How do I find out what exemptions I am eligible for?

You can contact the Gregg Central Appraisal District using the information above and they will be able to assist you with any exemption qualification questions.

I received a tax statement, but my mortgage company escrow pays my property taxes?

A taxpayer copy is sent to all property owners in Gregg County whose tax statement is requested by a mortgage company or bank.

What if I did not receive a tax statement and my account goes delinquent? Will I still have to pay penalties?

If you do not receive a tax statement before November 1st of each year contact the Gregg County Tax Office and request a statement be mailed. However, failure to receive a tax notice does not affect the validity of the tax, penalty, interest, the due date, the existence of a tax lien, or any procedure instituted to collect a tax. Property owners have a responsibility to make sure that the correct name and address is listed for each property owned.

When a correction is made by the Appraisal District on an account, when is it applied to the tax roll?

Corrections are usually sent over by the Appraisal District once a month. It can take up to three weeks from the date the Gregg County Tax office receives the corrections for all the changes to be made and new bills or refund checks to be mailed.

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Pay your Gregg County, Texas property taxes online using this service.

You will need one of the following information to search and pay for your property taxes online: Account number, owner's name (last name first), address, appraisal district reference number, or fiduciary number.

FAQs

Is there any option of installment payments?

The Texas Property Tax code provides the option of installment payments for persons with an Over 65 Homestead, Disabled Veterans Homestead, and those who qualify for a Disability Homestead Exemption. The base amount of taxes due is divided into four payments and the schedule is as follows:: 1st payment must be made by January 31st 2nd payment must be made by March 31st 3rd payment must be made by May 31st 4th payment must be made by July 31st Payments are to be postmarked and/or paid by the dates shown above. Payments made after these dates will become delinquent and incur penalty and interest.

Can I pay my property taxes online?

Yes, to utilize this feature, use the search function to locate the property you would like to pay. Click on the account number and a "Property Tax Balance" screen will appear. Click the blue button that says "Click Here to Pay Now". Fill in the required information. Print and keep your confirmation sheet until you receive a receipt from the tax office that shows your payment.

Can I use a credit or debit card to pay my taxes?

Yes, credit cards are accepted over the counter, online, and by phone (866-520-5602). Debit cards are accepted over the counter only. There is a convenience fee of 2.35% (minimum $2.00) for credit cards and $1.50 for debit cards. E-checks are also available online with no additional fees.

How do I find out what exemptions I am eligible for?

You can contact the Gregg Central Appraisal District using the information above and they will be able to assist you with any exemption qualification questions.

I received a tax statement, but my mortgage company escrow pays my property taxes?

A taxpayer copy is sent to all property owners in Gregg County whose tax statement is requested by a mortgage company or bank.

What if I did not receive a tax statement and my account goes delinquent? Will I still have to pay penalties?

If you do not receive a tax statement before November 1st of each year contact the Gregg County Tax Office and request a statement be mailed. However, failure to receive a tax notice does not affect the validity of the tax, penalty, interest, the due date, the existence of a tax lien, or any procedure instituted to collect a tax. Property owners have a responsibility to make sure that the correct name and address is listed for each property owned.

When a correction is made by the Appraisal District on an account, when is it applied to the tax roll?

Corrections are usually sent over by the Appraisal District once a month. It can take up to three weeks from the date the Gregg County Tax office receives the corrections for all the changes to be made and new bills or refund checks to be mailed.

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