How to Protest Your Property Taxes and What Won't be Cut From the City Budget

Thanks to coronavirus, protesting your property taxes is different this year. San Antonio District 7 City Councilwoman Ana Sandoval interviewed Camille Rodriguez Brigant about how to protest and why you should - even if you are over 65.

Then Sandoval talked with San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg about the city budget. He said some things won't be cut, like services for the city's most vulnerable residents.

The conversation begins with Camille Rodriguez Brigant, a San Antonio native and the founder of Motif Boutique Brokerage. Her company put together a guide on how to protest your property taxes during COVID-19.

Learn more about Motif Boutique Brokerage: Here and get the Property Tax Protest Guide: Here