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Object to our valuation of a property

Whakahē i te wāriutanga o tētahi rawa whenua

If you don't agree with the value of a property, you can object to it.

Guide to objecting to our valuation of a property

​To make a valid property valuation objection, you must be a ratepayer and provide a reason why you are objecting. You can object if you think a property valuation is incorrect, but not because of the effect a valuation has on your rates.

Not all property values change in the same way. For example, flats may sell differently than apartments, houses or shops. Many other factors affect a property’s value, such as age, size, construction and location.

All properties, including leasehold, are valued as if they were freehold.