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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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2006 Property Value Study
CAD Summary Worksheet

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Category Number of Ratios ** 2006 CAD Rept Appraised Value Median Level of Appr Coefficient of Dispersion % Ratios w/in (+/-) 10% of Median % Ratios w/in (+/-) 25% of Median Price-Related Differential
A. Single-Family Residences 127 164,343,029 .98 10.18 62.20 94.48 1.00
B. Multi-Family Residences 0 1,424,199 * * * * *
C. Vacant Lots 22 14,654,265 .89 16.91 31.81 81.81 .94
D. Rural Real 60 342,725,637 .98 10.71 65.00 90.00 .98
F1. Commercial Real 22 43,705,133 .98 7.60 68.18 100.00 .93
F2. Industrial Real 0 7,245,673 * * * * *
G. Oil, Gas, Minerals 40 243,624,760 1.01 9.58 75.00 90.00 1.00
J. Utilities 10 41,083,312 1.04 3.08 100.00 100.00 1.02
L1. Commercial Personal 29 38,000,777 1.00 8.21 65.51 96.55 1.02
L2. Industrial Personal 0 14,631,026 * * * * *
M. Other Personal 0 4,986,627 * * * * *
O. Residential Inventory 0 0 * * * * *
S. Special Inventory 0 2,709,199 * * * * *
Overall 310 919,133,637 .99 10.09 67.41 91.93 .99

* Not Calculated - Need a minimum of 5 ratios from either (A) categories representing at least 25% of total CAD category value or (B) 5 ISDs or half the ISDs in the CAD, whichever is less
** Statistical measures may not be reliable when the sample is small

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