The state law gives us at least 180 days to review the appeals, but we will have all the appeals reviewed before Labor Day. If the appraiser makes a change, then you will receive another notice with a value change. You can accept it or appeal further to the Board of Equalization for a hearing. If the appraiser finds no change in the value of the appeal, then you will receive a notice stating the no change, and it will be forwarded to the Board of Equalization for a hearing in which the clerk of court will be in touch with you for the hearing date. If your property is still under appeal when the tax bills are printed, then the taxes will be based on 85% of your value. And after the appeal is resolved, the bill will be corrected accordingly. I know it is confusing, but it is the law that we must go by. Hopefully, this helps you understand our process.