Property Valuation

Rate revenue helps fund the services Maroondah City Council provides to ratepayers and residents. This revenue is collected through charging rates to the owner or occupier of every property in the municipality. Council aims to charge ratepayers equitably - by using property values to fairly distribute rates charges.

Valuations

Property values are assessed by a general valuation of the municipality. The value of your property is assessed as the Capital Improved Value, which is the total market value of the land plus buildings and other improvements.

The market valuation of all properties occurs on the same date and is conducted by qualified valuers every two years. Valuers analyse recent sales and leasings and take into account individual characteristics of properties.

How your rates are calculated

Council rates and charges are issued in July/August each year. The notice shows the values of the property and the amount due in rates. Rates are calculated by multiplying the rate in the dollar (an amount set by Council in its annual budget planning) by the Capital Improved Value of the individual property.

Need to know more?

Call us on 1300 88 22 33 or visit any of Council's Service Centres and our staff will be happy to help with your enquiries.

2016 Rental Survey

State Government legislation requires Council to revalue all properties within their municipality every 2 years. Westlink Consulting has been appointed by Council to undertake the next revaluation which will be based on levels of value as at 1 January 2016.

Owners, managing agents and occupiers of commercial and industrial properties are requested to provide information to Council (and/or its authorised representatives) via a survey to assist in producing an accurate valuation for every occupancy.

Please use the information contained in the letter you have received from Council to log on to the survey at www.vicproperty.net.au and complete it to the best of your ability by 21 September 2015.

If you have any questions, please contact Westlink’s Helpdesk on (03) 8456 5155 between 9am and 5pm Mon-Fri or email QUEST@westlinkconsulting.com.au.



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