Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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2006 ISD Summary Worksheet

035-903/Nazareth ISD

Category Local Tax Roll Value 2006 WTD Mean Ratio 2006 PTD Value Estimate 2006 Value Assigned
A. Single-Family Residences 9,924,550 .9992 9,932,496 9,924,550
B. Multi-Family Residences 49,090 N/A 49,090 49,090
C. Vacant Lots 153,110 N/A 153,110 153,110
D. Rural Real(Taxable) 13,694,690 1.1029 12,417,416 13,694,690
F1. Commercial Real 735,720 N/A 735,720 735,720
F2. Industrial Real 314,880 N/A 314,880 314,880
G. Oil, Gas, Minerals 0 N/A 0 0
J. Utilities 1,282,780 N/A 1,282,780 1,282,780
L1. Commercial Personal 644,750 N/A 644,750 644,750
L2. Industrial Personal 0 N/A 0 0
M. Other Personal 194,630 N/A 194,630 194,630
N. Intangible Pers/Uncert 0 N/A 0 0
O. Residential Inventory 0 N/A 0 0
S. Special Inventory 13,280 N/A 13,280 13,280
Subtotal 27,007,480 25,738,152 27,007,480
Less Total Deductions 3,884,832   3,887,112 3,884,832
Total Taxable Value 23,122,648 21,851,040 23,122,648 T2
Category D Detail Local Tax Roll Ratio PTD Value
Market Value Non-Qualified Acres And Farm/Ranch Imp 4,959,250 .9872 5,023,551
Prod Value Qualified Acres 8,735,440 1.1814 7,393,865
Taxable Value 13,694,690   12,417,416

The taxable values shown here will not match the values reported by your appraisal district

NOTE: See the ISD Deduction Report for a breakdown of deduction values

SB4, Passed by the 1999 legislature, (Section 403.302(J) and (K), Government Code), requires the Comptroller to certify alternative measures of school district wealth (T1, T3, and T4) in addition to the traditional measure (T2). Questions about the extent to which any of these wealth measures affect school funding should be directed to the Division of State Funding at the Texas Education Agency, Telephone #512-463-9238.

T1 Loss To The Additional $10,000 Homestead Exemption T2 50% Of The Loss To The Local Optional Percentage Homestead Exemption T3 T4
24,809,848 1,687,200 23,122,648 0 24,809,848 23,122,648

T1 = School district taxable value before the loss to the additional $10,000 homestead exemption

T2 = School district taxable value after the loss to the additional $10,000 homestead exemption

T3 = T1 minus 50% of the loss to the local optional percentage homestead exemption

T4 = T2 minus 50% of the loss to the local optional percentage homestead exemption

The PVS found your taxable value to be invalid, but local value was certified because your local value is higher than the state value

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