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Welcome to the Bosque County Central Appraisal District

This website is provided for the convenience of the taxpayers. Within this site, you will find general information about the district and the ad valorem property tax system in Texas, as well as information regarding specific properties within the district. The District is responsible for appraising all real and business personal property for 21 taxing entities in Bosque County and surrounding counties according to the Texas Property Tax Code and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP).

The Bosque County Central Appraisal District's primary responsibilities include the discovery and listing of all taxable property into the appraisal records; to appraise all taxable property at market value; administer exemptions and special use valuations and basically be a central location for all information used by the taxing jurisdictions in Bosque County.


Mission Statement

The Bosque County Central Appraisal District shall strive, to the best of our ability, to provide equal and uniform appraisals of all properties within our district, in compliance and accordance with the Property Tax Code and laws of the State of Texas.

We are the source of information on all property ad valorem related questions and we believe it is important to provide the best customer services. Our goal is to provide our services in a courteous and professional manner.

Low Income Housing Cap

Pursuant to Sec. 11.1825(r) of the Texas Property Tax Code, the Bosque County Central Appraisal District gives public notice of the capitalization rate to be used for tax year 2017 to value properties receiving exemptions under this section. Rent restricted properties vary widely. These variations can have an affect on the valuation of the property. A capitalization rate ranging from 8.5% - 10.5% will be used to value these properties; although adjustments may be made based on the individual property characteristics and the information provided to the chief appraiser as required under Sections 11.182 (d) and (g), Property Tax Code.