General revaluation 2014
We will revalue your property in 2014 and you will receive your valuation notice in mid-November 2014.
We will use the capital value (CV) of your property established by our team of valuers as at 1 July 2014, to help set the region’s rates for the rating year beginning 1 July 2015.
Revaluation doesn’t impact on the total amount of rates collected by Auckland Council. It helps us work out everyone’s share of rates, which is based on the CV for each property.
Our experienced and qualified valuers work closely with valuers from independent organisation, Quotable Value (QV) to determine a value for each property.
Before valuations are finalised, they are approved by the Valuer General (VG), who is responsible for authorising rating valuations for the government across New Zealand.
You will have the opportunity to make an objection to any value that we assess for your property, once we publish the revised District Valuation Roll.