Asked by Ivan Chedah, Dallas, TX • Wed Dec 5, 2012
I'm thinking about starting my search in Irving where some of the homes fall under the Carrollton-Farmers Branch school district tax. Well that tax is very expensive as are most school district taxes. I've researched some homes whose tax bill doesn't include this tax rate, but only a school equalization rate which is considerably cheaper. Why don't they have to pay the more expensive tax rate unit? Sorry for the long winded question.
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