When buying a home, it's important to consider all the costs that are involved in the process. But equally important are the taxes that come after the home buying process. This week, we sit down with James Matias, a TSAHC team member who has been a licensed REALTOR® for more than 15 years, to discuss what property taxes are, how they work, and what you can do to save money in the long run.
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Meet Our Guest—James Matias
James Matias is currently the Senior Manager for Asset Oversight and Compliance here at TSAHC, where he is responsible for managing TSAHC’s rental portfolio and conducting inspections of rental projects financed by TSAHC. However, he also brings vital expertise to this podcast (and to the TSAHC team) through his knowledge and experience as a licensed REALTOR®.
He has become TSAHC's resident expert on property taxes, and can often be found helping homeowners file for exemptions and protest their property valuations. James is based in the Austin area, where he lives with his wife and children.
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