The 2018 Annual Report can be found HERE
In mass appraisal, property values follow the real estate market. It is important to follow these trends to understand how and why values are determined. The article below explains what is trending in Georgetown, Texas. 6 Real estate trends to know in Georgetown.
Williamson Central Appraisal District Methods and Assistance Program 2017 Report.
The 2017 Annual Report can be found HERE.
An article posted by the Dallas News clearly and succinctly explains the Texas Tax System, and the Appraisal District’s role within the tax system. Read The Article
The Williamson Central Appraisal District is pleased to present our Market Data Dashboard. The dashboard contains data relating to general market trends for Williamson County, gathered from third party sources, as well as property specific market area data for most residential properties. To get started, search for a property using the search box on any […]
The International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) has developed and implemented a program of professional designations intended to heighten the professional expertise of assessment personnel through additional education. Some objectives of these programs include; raising the standards of the profession and gaining recognition as qualified, objective, unbiased appraisers for ad-valorem tax purposes. The Williamson Central […]
Over the last several years, the Williamson Central Appraisal District (WCAD) has had the pleasure of displaying artwork of Williamson County property owner’s children. Artwork is displayed from different elementary schools throughout the County on a rotating basis in our office located at 625 FM 1460 in Georgetown. We encourage the public to visit and […]
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