Plano property appraisal values rise by $2.5B in 2019

The Collin Central Appraisal District's 2019 land value estimates marked another year of property value increases for the city of Plano and Collin County.

The Collin Central Appraisal District estimated Plano’s 2019 taxable value is approximately $44 billion. That’s a $2.5 billion increase over 2018 values.

County values increased from $138.1 billion in 2018 to $148.5 billion in 2019—a 7.5 percent increase.

Collin Central Appraisal District Chief Appraiser Bo Daffin said the county is still seeing steady stream of new construction, but year-over-year value growth is slowing.

"As a general statement I still think that it’s a seller's market,” Daffin said. "It’s just not at the same fevered pitch that it may have been 18 months ago."

Daffin said the supply of residential property inventory is beginning to balance out with demand.

Of the county’s $6 billion in new construction since 2018, approximately $2.8 billion was from residential and multifamily projects. $1 billion of new construction were commercial projects, and the remaining was either industrial or new business property inventory, Daffin said.

The appraisal values account for tax exemptions, such as exemptions for people age 65 or older or city-wide homestead exemptions.
By Gavin Pugh
Gavin has reported for Community Impact Newspaper since June 2017. His beat has included Dallas Area Rapid Transit, public and higher education, school and municipal governments and more. He now serves as the editor of the Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake edition.


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