I own a building containing several housing units. How do I calculate the tax value of the property?

If the building is divided into sections, a tax value must be calculated for each section. You can calculate the tax value of your property yourself by using the housing calculator.

If the residential property has one, two, three or four housing units which are not divided into sections, the entire primary area of the residential property, or alternatively the gross living area of the property, must be entered in the housing calculator. If you use one of the housing units yourself, you must tick the box for primary dwelling in the calculator. In the field for primary area/gross living area in the tax return (P-ROM/boligareal), you must enter the total area of all the housing units.

If the property has five or more housing units which are not divided into sections, you must first calculate the value of each individual housing unit using the housing calculator. If you use one of the housing units in a multi-unit building as a permanent home, you must tick the box for primary dwelling when you calculate the value of this housing unit. For the other housing units in the property, you must tick the box for secondary dwelling. The tax value is the sum of the calculated value of all the housing units in the property. In the tax return, you must enter the total area of all the housing units in the primary area/gross living area field (P-ROM/boligareal).