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Introduction

Land value is the value of your land only – your home, or any additional structures or improvements you may have made, are not considered when the property is valued.

Every 3 years the NSW Valuer General posts you a Notice of Valuation showing how much your land is worth.

The NSW government is now providing a service for eligible customers to receive their Notice of Valuation via email.

If you’re interested, you can opt in to receive your land notification digitally.

Note: Some Notices of Valuation have already been printed for postal delivery. If you opt in now you may still receive a paper notification, but you'll be opted in to receive an email for the 2023 valuation cycle.

Eligibility

Properties must be owned by individuals.

If there are joint owners, when one owner opts in to email, the Notice will no longer be posted. Each owner can opt in separately to receive their own email, if they wish.

Note:

  • Owners within a strata scheme are not eligible.
  • Business property owners can register to go paperless on the Valuer General's website.

What you need

  • a MyServiceNSW account
  • your Medicare card details
  • your property address.

How to opt in

  1. Select the 'Opt in' button.
  2. Log in, or create your MyServiceNSW Account.
  3. Confirm your identity with your Medicare card details.
  4. Opt in to email.
  5. Provide your property details.

More information

  • Councils use land values to calculate and distribute rates.
  • The NSW Valuer General determines the value of land as if it were sold on 1 July in the valuing year.

If you'd like more information visit the Valuer General's website.