Johnson & Starr celebrates saving 100 homes
Property tax lender closes 100th property tax loan
AUTIN, Texas, June 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Johnson & Stara Texasproperty tax lender, today announced that it has provided its 100e property tax loan since starting the business just a few months ago.
Each year, more than 300,000 Texas property owners are behind on their property tax bills. Property taxes that are overdue in Texas are subject to additional interest and penalty charges and may result in seizure.
“Overdue payments end up costing people a fortune,” said Nikolaos Stavros, CEO. “Our goal at Johnson & Starr is to help ease the stress of heavy overdue property tax bills and ultimately keep Texans home.”
Carey Dellandre is a client who says Johnson and Starr helped save his home. “After a cancer diagnosis and divorce left me behind on a payment, the state wanted to take back my home,” Carey said. “That’s when I found Johnson and Starr. They gave me affordable and flexible options and I couldn’t be more grateful for their help in saving the home where I’m raising my kids.”
“Close our 100e speaks to the fact that Texans welcome our flexible and honest approach to property tax lending, which can be difficult to find with traditional lenders,” says Andy CahillPresident.
Johnson & Starr’s philosophy of doing what’s right for the customer using innovative approaches also extends to partners, and the company’s leadership welcomes conversations about partnership opportunities. For more information please contact Nik Stavros at (737) 295-4316.
About Johnson & Starr
Johnson & Starr proudly serves Texas and Texans by offering property tax loans that save homes. Johnson & Starr is dedicated to Texas owners and also provides services to a variety of commercial property tax clients. Founded by experienced property tax experts passionate about peace of mind, Johnson & Starr brings personalized service and compassion to the marketplace. Johnson & Starr is regulated by the State of Texas.
Media Contact: Nikolaos StavrosCEO
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