Valuing your property
How to value your property
Local property Tax (LPT) is a self-assessed tax, based on your own valuation of your property, as at 1 November 2021.
You can value your property, as at 1 November 2021, by using Revenue’s interactive valuation tool. For more information on how to use the tool please see the next page.
You can also refer to other information sources to help you to determine the value of your property. For more information please see the Other information sources for valuing your property page.
Once you have determined the value of your property, you will need to submit your LPT Return. For more information please see Submitting your Local Property Tax Return.
The interactive valuation tool and other sources will provide indicative average values for properties in an area. The average valuation band for properties in your immediate area, as indicated by the interactive valuation tool, may not reasonably reflect the value of your own property. It is important that you also consider the specifics of your own property. Your property may have certain unique features that you should take into account when determining its value.
You should keep a copy of any information sources and supporting documentation that you use to determine the market value of your property. Revenue may request this from you in the event of a review of your self-assessment of your property’s value.
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