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General assessment of real estate. Assessed units (type codes 200-212) by region, type code and assessed value category. Year 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015
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In the general property tax assessment of 2015 the Swedish Tax Agency has removed a number of type codes and has made some other changes to the type codes. The removed type codes are 200 (Undetermined type of one- or two-dwelling building), 211 (One- or two-dwelling building, site for dwelling in seasonal use), 212 (One- or two-dwelling building, site with unknown use), 221 (One- or two-dwelling building, dwelling for seasonal use) and 222 (One- or two-dwelling building, three or more dwelling buildings). The majority of the assessed units with type codes 211 and 212 that were removed are now included in type code 210 (One- or two-dwelling building, building plot), most of the assessed units with type codes that were included in type code 221 are now included in type code 220 (One- or two-dwelling building, developed) and most of the assessed units with type code 222 have received the new type code 230 (One- or two-dwelling building, group housing area under Chapter 12 Section 3 FTL). From 2015 onwards there are some new type codes as follows: 225 (One- or two-dwelling building, dwelling with leasehold) and 230 (One- or two-dwelling building, group house area under Chapter 12 Section 3 FTL). Most of the assessed units with the new type code 225 come from the type code 221 (One- or two-dwelling building, dwelling for seasonal use) and most of the assessed units with type code 230 come from the type code 222 (One- or two-dwelling building, three or more dwelling buildings). Furthermore, the definition (see above) and denotation of a number of type codes have changed as follows; Type code 210 has been changed from "One- or two-dwelling building, site for dwelling for permanent use" to "One- or two-dwelling building, building plot", type code 220 from the "One- or two-dwelling building, dwelling for permanent use with 1-2 families" to "One- or two-dwelling building, developed" and type code 223 from "One- or two-dwelling building with non-residential buildings" to " One- or two-dwelling building, with residential buildings and premises".
An assessed unit is assessed separately and generally corresponds to a piece of property. If certain parts of real estate have different owners, it will then be divided into a multiple assessed unit. Real estate can also be divided into multiple assessed units, if tax conditions differ or if the property is used for different purposes. Furthermore, several pieces of property within a municipality can be combined if the owner is the same, if the same tax conditions exist, and if the real estate is used for the same purpose. An assessed unit generally constitutes an object for change of ownership and tenure.
assessed value category
Assessed value and base value. From 2003 onwards, changes in the general assessment of real estate for one- and two- dwelling buildings, multi-dwelling buildings and units for agriculture and forestry resulted in gradually abolishing base value for all units liable for taxation.From 1996 to 2003, all units liable for taxation, excluding industrial units, have been included in what is known as the converted value procedure. This procedure consisted of multiplying the base value of each unit by a number allocated by the National Tax Authority. The total value of each unit after the conversion is called the assessed value. The converted value procedure has been abolished for one- and two-dwelling units in 2003 and thereafter for multi-dwelling and commercial building units in 2004 and for agricultural and forestry units in 2005.
year
2003
General/simplified assessment of real estate. Since 1988 general assessment of real estate has been carried out every other year with an interval of six years for each type of real estate. In 2003 a new form of simplified assessment (FFT) for one- or two-dwelling buildings, multi-dwelling buildings and units for agriculture and forestry was introduced in the middle of the period between the general assessments. General assessment of real estate for multi-dwelling and commercial buildings, industrial units including earth-excavated units and electrical generating units and special units was done in 2000. General assessment of real estate for one- and two-dwelling units was carried out in 2003. A simplified assessment was carried out for multi-dwelling buildings in 2004. A special assessment is done annually for real estate not included in the general assessment. In this special assessment, the assessment of the previous year can be confirmed if, for some reason, a new assessment will not be carried out.
Contact and information

Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2019-02-22
Contact
Magnus Walestad, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 44 18
magnus.walestad@scb.se

Martin Verhage, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 47 78
martin.verhage@scb.se

Unit
Assessed units:
number of
Reference time
Assessed units:
2003
Data type
Assessed units:
Stock
Day adjusted
Assessed units:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Assessed units:
No
Basetime
Assessed units:
2003
Creation date
2020-11-26
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
BO0601T8