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Housing calculator – Calculate the tax value of housing for 2015

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You can now calculate the tax value of housing for 2015. The information you have previously sent to the Tax Administration forms the basis for the tax value which is pre-completed in the tax return. If you need any help, please see the FAQ

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  • A detached house  is a residential building which is intended for a single household, e.g. free-standing houses. 

    An apartment is a housing unit in a building with at least two floors, three housing units and normally a shared entrance. Typical examples are apartment blocks and terrace apartments.

    Small houses are residential properties which are typically physically connected through at least one shared wall, and possibly also a shared floor/roof, with the neighbouring dwelling. Typical examples are terraced houses and semi-detached houses. Detached houses in a series/chain are also considered small houses.




  • The year of construction is the year in which the property was completed. Rehabilitation, refurbishment and extensions do not alter the year of construction.


  • State the primary area of the dwelling. Primary area covers everything that can be defined as a living space in the property, e.g. lounge, kitchen, bathroom, laundry room and hallway. Garages, furnished basements/lofts, sheds and other storage rooms are not considered to be part of a property's primary area.

    See skatteetaten.no for an overview of what is considered to be primary area. If you do not have any information on the primary area of your property, you must state the gross living area. Information concerning primary area and gross living area can for example be found in sales and valuation documents.The area must be rounded down to the nearest whole m2.


  • A primary dwelling is the dwelling in which the owner has his home. This will generally be the dwelling at which the owner is registered as living according to the National Registry at the end of the year. A property owner can never have more than one primary dwelling. If the property owner owns other residential properties as well, these will be considered secondary dwellings. In exceptional cases, your dwelling may be considered as a primary dwelling even if you did not have your home there at the end of the year. This applies if you can substantiate/document that you are unable to use the dwelling as your home due to circumstances over which you have no control, e.g. your age or health, a posting, etc. In such cases, the dwelling will be considered to be your primary dwelling provided that you do not let the dwelling and that you have not become the owner of another dwelling where you have your home. The calculator can only be used to calculate the tax value of residential properties.



  • Select the municipality in which the property is situated. Enter the first letter of the municipality's name and then select the municipality from the list.




  • Whether a property is situated in a densely populated or sparsely populated area is determined by Statistics Norway (SSB). The Tax Administration uses SSB's information as a basis in its tax assessments. When you select either densely or sparsely populated area, you must therefore use SSB's definition as a basis. Most people will also find information concerning densely or sparsely populated areas in the housing form that they have previously received from the Tax Administration.

    SSB's definition of settlement:

    A collection of houses must be registered as a settlement if at least 200 people live there and the distance between the houses does not normally exceed 50 metres. A discretionary deviation in excess of 50 metres between houses is permitted in areas which must not or cannot be developed. This could for example be due to the presence of parks, sports facilities, industrial areas or natural obstacles such as rivers or land which can be cultivated. Clusters of houses which naturally belong to the settlement are included up to a distance of 400 metres from the core of the settlement. They are included in the settlement as a satellite to the actual core of the settlement.



  • Here, you must state your ownership share as of 31 December 2015.

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Your share of the property's calculated tax value:

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