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2.2 Statistics on Real Estate Tax according to applicable tax rate

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The municipality where the real estate is located must officially decide on at least 3 different rates: the general rate of real estate tax, and the rate for permanent residences, and the rate for other residential property not occupied year-round. In addition, the municipalities listed in § 12b, subsection 1 of the act governing real-estate taxes (Kiinteistöverolaki (654/1992)) must officially decide on a rate for unbuilt sites. The municipality of location may additionally set the following tax rates:
- real estate tax rate for non-profit organisations
- real estate tax rate for power plants and storage of radioactive waste
- real estate tax rate for unbuilt sites (municipalities not listed in § 12b, subsection 1 of the act governing real-estate taxes)
If the municipality has not set the above rates, the rate to be charged will be the general rate of real estate tax valid in the municipality of location. The statistics do not cover municipality-owned real estate property, located on municipality-owned land, and the statistics do not cover other real estate defined as tax-exempt in the act governing real-estate taxes. The information on actual purpose of use is linked to the building and land data. There is also information if a rate for non-profit organization buildings and building land can be applied. If the municipality has not set a rate for non-profit organization buildings and building land, the statistics arranged by purposes of use show both the taxable values and the tax paid in the fields that indicate the promotion for the public good as a purpose of use. If the municipality has set a zero rate for non-profit organization buildings and building land, the statistics arranged by purposes of use shows the taxable values, but not the tax paid, in the fields that indicate the promotion for the public good as a purpose of use. Real estate tax rates that actually are in force in various districts of Finland are shown, however, the following artificial rates apply for some entries: 1. GRAND TOTAL, 1.1 BUILDINGS TOTAL COUNT, 1.2 LAND/LOT AREAS IN TOTAL. Additionally, the rates are artificial for the real estate tax that concerns a Region of Finland, and the real estate tax that concerns the entire country. The formula has been Real estate tax rate = Rate for purposes of calculation / Taxable value. The current year´s figures are preliminary. They contain the information that has been available up to the beginning of November. Final figures for the closed tax year become available in November. The differences between the figures that indicate imposed real estate taxes (views 1.1 and 1.2) and calculation-based real estate taxes (views 2.1, 2.2, 3.1, 3.2 and 4.): Taxable value of a real estate unit may appear too high in the estimated statistics. This may be due to the following reasons:
- A real-estate tax has been calculated for a real estate unit owned by its municipality of location, although no real-estate tax will be collected when the real estate unit is owned by the municipality.
The data entries for land or buildings located on it have been suspended at the last day of the year, but their calculated taxable values still appear in the estimated statistics. No Real Estate Tax has been debited for the suspended building and land, and as such, their taxable values do not appear in the actual statistics. Change percentages:
For consolidated municipalities, change percentages are calculated in proportion to the sum total of municipalities´ amounts from the previous tax year.
Other notes about the table:
- If an item is marked with a dot, it is not included in the statistics or the total amount.
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