If you are unhappy with your value, there is an administrative remedy for you. We would suggest that you first contact the CAD and ask to speak with an appraiser. Discuss your issues with the appraiser and see if you qualify for any adjustments, or if you can get all of your questions answered. If you are still not satisfied at this point, you may then file a timely written protest within 30 days of receiving your Notice of Appraised Value. You will be scheduled for a hearing before the Appraisal Review Board (ARB). The ARB is an independent body of taxpayers that are appointed to hear disputes between the CAD and taxpayers. Decisions from the ARB may be appealed to district court for litigation.