Category Info for Home Owners

Filing Your 2020 Siena Homestead Exemption

Taxes. Nobody likes them; everybody pays them. I’m sure when you considered buying your Siena Round Rock TX home you heard about the potential tax savings. Now you own a home in Siena and pay your own property taxes for Williamson County and Hutto ISD. You want to pay as little as you have to, because who would want to pay more? The good news is that you can reduce your property taxes by claiming a homestead exemption!

January-June 2019 Siena Home Prices and Statistics

We are officially over halfway through the year, and so far in 2019, single-family home sales have experienced strong gains in the Siena Round Rock neighborhood as the sales dollar volume was $14,136,000—a 91% increase from the first six months of 2018.

Siena Unique Property Reviews

Similar to the way a stock broker would send you an annual analysis/update on your stock portfolio, I provide many residents of Siena with an Annual Review as a yearly check-in on your real estate holdings – many of your neighbors have recently received their report. Sign up to get your FREE report

How to Appeal Your Property Taxes

Property taxes valuations for 2019 were recently mailed out from the county’s appraisal district and you probably just received yours. This time of year, I receive plenty of questions and inquiries about property tax appraisals and protests.

Filing Your Homestead Exemption

What you need to know about your homestead exemption for your property taxes and how to file for your homestead exemption with the Williamson County Tax Office.

CR 110 Light and Construction Update

Construction on CR 110 to improve traffic flow and give better access to Siena Round Rock has been ongoing for over a year now. Here is an update on the CR 110 for Siena Round Rock residents.

2017 Year-End Real Estate Report for Siena Round Rock

The real estate market in Siena Round Rock was much more active in 2017 than in 2016 – something that certainly can be expected as the community grows and homeowners’ equity grows over time.