Your valuation report is available in My RBG. It is also available on MijnOverheid – Wonen (residential).
Yes, that has been taken into account. Our appraisers base WOZ values on the prices of sold homes, among other factors. They check whether they can apply these prices and adjust WOZ values where necessary. In this case, they adjust the WOZ value downwards. They do this because the VCE share is not part of the property. This method applies to apartments and ground and upper-floor townhouses.
It is important for you to know what the WOZ value is. The WOZ determines the sum of your maximum rent for 25%. This has been determined in the housing evaluation system.
We will consider the situation of the residence on 1 January of the current tax year (2020). If the dormer is present on 1 January, then it is counted towards the WOZ value. We do use the price level of the previous year.
Yes, you are obliged to give us information that is important for the WOZ. We will only use your data to determine the WOZ. We will not give your data to third parties. We are obliged to maintain confidentiality. This is all set in the State Taxes Act.
As a new owner, you will receive a questionnaire. Through this, you will provide us with data to gain insight into the market.
We collect, analyse and register data about sales prices. This lets us know more about the level and development of the market. We also use the data when reassessing the immovable property.