Callahan Central Appraisal District (April 2021) – Callahan Central Appraisal District recently announced the acquisition and renovation of a building located at 132 E. 3rd Street in Baird, Texas.  The new facility will serve as the appraisal district office.  Renovation is scheduled to begin in a few weeks.  The 3,000 square foot building will house the districts’ staff of six and will include five offices, a boardroom, kitchen and other office facilities.  Government Capital Corporation, Southlake Texas provided the financing for the facility.

“Government Capital’s expertise relating to the unique financings by Texas appraisal districts provided a streamlined approach to the financing process,” stated Mathew Walker, Callahan Central Interim Chief Appraiser. “Their experience was of great value to us.”

“It was a pleasure working through the unique structure of this financing with Mathew Walker, Callahan Central Interim Chief Appraiser,” remarked Drew Whitington, Vice President Client Services, Government Capital Corporation.  We take great pride in assisting Texas special districts reach their goals and objectives to better serve their communities.”

About Callahan Central Appraisal District

Callahan Central Appraisal District is located in the Callahan County seat, Baird, Texas, 20 miles east of Abilene and 150 miles west of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.  The mission of the district is to provide accurate property assessments to facilitate the local funding for the county, schools, cities, and other districts that derive budgets and operating expenses from local property values. The District is responsible for providing appraisal services to the more than 13,500 residents, 6 public schools, and 1,600 businesses of Callahan County.  For more information visit

About Government Capital Corporation

Government Capital Corporation is a leading public finance firm providing professional financial services to all local governmental entities. Since its founding in 1992, the company has successfully completed thousands of municipal financings exceeding $4.5 billion in Texas and across the country. For more information, visit