Online Services Portal





Click on icon above to access services on our Online Portal

The Online Services Portal is available to ALL owners that would like to conduct business with the Appraisal District electronically. This service includes filing an exemption on your residential homestead property, submitting a Notice of Protest, and receiving important notices and other information online. This Online Portal is also available to agents that have been authorized to represent an owner under section 1.111 of the Texas Property Tax Code.


Based on the extent of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, the Bexar Appraisal District highly encourages everyone to create an online account to have access to these services. We ask that property owners and agents use our Online Services Portal as much as possible to file and resolve protests and file exemptions as opposed to physically visiting our office. We are making every effort to operate business online for the health and well-being of our community and staff. We kindly ask that you do the same.


To create an online account, you will be required to register for these services. To register, you will need your OWNER/AGENT ID and PIN located at the top of your appraisal notice and accompanying letter. Your PIN is case sensitive. Please enter PIN exactly as it appears. Do not share your PIN; it is considered your signature. You may use your current appraisal notice to find this information, if you have received one. You may also use a notice that you received in a prior year. If you need access to your OWNER/AGENT ID and PIN, please contact our customer service department by phone at 210-224-2432 or email to request the information be sent to you. Your deadline for filing an exemption or protest will not be extended while awaiting your PIN.


After registering online, you will need to log in to your account to access eligible services for your property.


Please visit our video library for further instructions on using online services.



Please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions page for general information regarding the appraisal district's practices.


DISCLAIMER – Using this online service does not change any deadlines for filing a timely exemption application or protest with the District.