Real estate agency Barfoot & Thompson said on Friday data it had compiled showed new Auckland Council valuations were largely in line with the expected price brackets when compared to actual July property sales.
Published 3 June 2011 Auckland Council will issue its first rating valuations on 26 October – 514,000 of them for the whole city, which until last November was divided among 7 councils. The valuations, with an effective date of 1 July 2011, will be used to set the rates for the financial year starting 1 […]
Published 21 October 2008 Auckland City councillor Doug Armstrong issued a release on the process of a revaluation for rating processes today, presumably as chairman of the council’s finance & strategy committee. He explained how the mass appraisal approach was used. One thing he didn’t explain – and it was something that in the […]
Published 14 January 2006 42% is the benchmark to calculate a likely rise or fall in your Auckland City rates bill for the next financial year starting in July. That’s the average by which the annual value of the city’s 163,000 properties has risen since the last Auckland revaluation in July 2002. To see the […]
Published 7 November 2002 Auckland City capital values have risen 13.1% over 3 years to $70.4 billion, and 25.2% since the city council’s first revaluation on a new system in 1997. Until 1997, the city council carried out revaluations only on an annual value basis (rental value less 20%, less 10% if the site is […]
Published 11 January 2006 Auckland City Council has completed the 3-yearly process of valuing every property in the city and has had the valuations audited & approved by the Valuer-general. The new valuations will be used to apportion annual property rates for the next 3 years, starting in July 2006. The council valuation […]