taxes School and Appraisal Districts Property Value Study 2011 Report

School and Appraisal Districts Property Value Study 2011 Report

2011 Property Value Study
CAD Summary Worksheet

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Category Number of Ratios ** 2011 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 1,062 8,889,404,248 1.00 9.33 71.56 92.37 1.01
B. Multi-Family Residences 71 1,055,380,806 .97 8.22 74.64 95.77 .96
C. Vacant Lots 0 237,184,488 * * * * *
D. Rural Real 76 545,705,774 .93 8.51 76.31 94.73 1.02
F1. Commercial Real 133 2,868,529,933 .99 10.70 67.66 88.72 1.01
F2. Industrial Real 0 203,546,577 * * * * *
G. Oil, Gas, Minerals 35 315,787,450 1.01 10.55 74.28 88.57 1.00
J. Utilities 5 293,737,557 * * * * *
L1. Commercial Personal 114 1,287,110,370 .99 5.82 85.08 99.12 1.02
L2. Industrial Personal 0 377,538,122 * * * * *
M. Other Personal 0 14,038,765 * * * * *
O. Residential Inventory 0 56,772,392 * * * * *
S. Special Inventory 0 70,817,264 * * * * *
Overall 1,496 16,215,553,746 1.00 9.25 71.45 92.31 1.01

* 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