General and simplified assessment of real estate. Assessed units (type code 320, 321, 325) total base value 2000, total assessed value 2004 and weighted and unweighted change by county and type code. 2004
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Total base value 2000, SEK million
Base value and Assessed value. Since 1996 to 2002, all units liable for taxation, excluding industrial units, have been included in what is known as the converted value procedure. In this procedure, the base value of each unit is multiplied by a number that is allocated by the National Tax Authority.
Total assessed value 2004, SEK million
Base value and Assessed value. Since 1996 to 2002, all units liable for taxation, excluding industrial units, have been included in what is known as the converted value procedure. In this procedure, the base value of each unit is multiplied by a number that is allocated by the National Tax Authority.
Weighted change
Base value and Assessed value. Since 1996 to 2002, all units liable for taxation, excluding industrial units, have been included in what is known as the converted value procedure. In this procedure, the base value of each unit is multiplied by a number that is allocated by the National Tax Authority.
Weighted change
Weighted change in base/assessed value is calculated for assessed units which are comparable between assessments in 2003 and 2004. Base value refers to the year 2000. The change is presented as an index where 1.0 means the value is unchanged.
Unweighted change
Base value and Assessed value. Since 1996 to 2002, all units liable for taxation, excluding industrial units, have been included in what is known as the converted value procedure. In this procedure, the base value of each unit is multiplied by a number that is allocated by the National Tax Authority.
Unweighted change
Unweighted change in base/assessed value is calculated for assessed which are comparable between assessments in 2003 and 2004. Base value refers to the year 2000. The change is presented as an index where 1.0 means the value is unchanged.

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Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2005-03-04
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
Total base value 2000, SEK million:
SEK million
Total assessed value 2004, SEK million:
SEK million
Weighted change:
percent
Unweighted change:
percent
Reference time
Assessed units:
2004
Total base value 2000, SEK million:
2004
Total assessed value 2004, SEK million:
2004
Weighted change:
2004
Unweighted change:
2004
Data type
Assessed units:
Stock
Total base value 2000, SEK million:
Stock
Total assessed value 2004, SEK million:
Stock
Weighted change:
Stock
Unweighted change:
Stock
Day adjusted
Assessed units:
No
Total base value 2000, SEK million:
No
Total assessed value 2004, SEK million:
No
Weighted change:
No
Unweighted change:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Assessed units:
No
Total base value 2000, SEK million:
No
Total assessed value 2004, SEK million:
No
Weighted change:
No
Unweighted change:
No
Basetime
Assessed units:
2004
Total base value 2000, SEK million:
2004
Total assessed value 2004, SEK million:
2004
Weighted change:
2004
Unweighted change:
2004
Creation date
2020-09-18
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
BO0601E6