Calculation of apartment tax in 2020


We found out who will pay 5 million rubles inAs an apartment tax after 2020, and who will be counted 20 times more. Very soon, each owner of the housing will receive an updated tax notice. We thoroughly understood this issue and found that now the tax on the apartment can reach a sum of several million rubles. Since 2015, the taxable base is recognizedcadastral value of real estate. Previously, the tax on an apartment was calculated from the inventory value, which in rare cases did not even reach half of the market value of the apartment itself, so we paid, one might say, symbolic amounts - 100-2,000 rubles a year. The inventory value of apartments in the old housing stock on average in Russia was up to 500,000 rubles, so the size of the real estate tax did not raise any discontent among the population. But in 2014, the government adoptedthe decision to calculate real estate tax based on the cadastral value of the object. The cadastral value is a value that is close to the market value. The regions began active work to determine the cadastre, but there was much to hurry: from 2015, the tax had to be calculated according to the new system. Due to the haste, some properties were overvalued and their cadastral value exceeded the market value. The appraisal was carried out in 2014, and in 2015, due to the change in the value of the domestic currency, the real estate market "sank" and prices fell - this was not taken into account by appraisers. It is planned that every two years the cadastralthe value will be updated, it was also determined that the cadastral value should be less than the market value by 10-20%. The state provides an opportunity to challenge the cadastral value - for this you will need to call an appraiser, submit his report for examination to an SRO and then go to court. We figured out how much the appraiser's services would cost

  • The examination of the appraisal report of the apartment costs an average of 10,000 rubles.
  • Examination of the assessment report of the house with a total area of ​​up to 300 square meters. Meters reaches 45,000 rubles.
  • Examination of the report evaluating the land plot starts from 200,000 rubles.

But in addition to these papers, you will need to paystate duty for going to court and hire a lawyer who will conduct the proceedings. Prices for lawyers' services start at 50,000 rubles. And with such expenses, there is no guarantee that the decision will be in your favor, but even if we assume that the court agrees and makes a ruling on the overestimated cadastral value, you need to remember that it will be updated every two years. What property tax will be in 2020?

  • 0.1% of the cadastral value of objects not exceeding 10 million rubles.
  • 0.15% of the cadastral value of the objects from 10 to 20 million rubles.
  • 0,2% for objects with a cadastral value of 20 to 50 million rubles.
  • 0.3% if the cadastral value is from 50 to 300 million rubles.
  • 2% of the cadastral value of the objects is more than 300 million rubles.
  • 2% of the cadastral value of non-residential premises (commercial spaces and apartments).

Entertaining mathematics. Let's count.An apartment with an area of ​​50 meters is estimated at a cadastral value of 9,999,999 rubles. The tax rate for such an apartment is 0.1%. The tax on a residential apartment provides for a "deduction" of 20 meters - this area is not taxed. First, you need to calculate the cost per square meter of the apartment according to the cadastral value. In our case, it turned out that one meter costs 199,999 rubles. We multiply this amount by 20, we get 3,999,999, which must be deducted from the cadastral value. As a result, the amount for calculating the tax is 6,000,000 rubles, which we divide by 0.1 - and it turns out that the annual tax on an apartment with a cadastral value of 9,999,999 rubles will be 6,000 rubles. And if you have an apartment?Apartments with an area of ​​100 meters are estimated according to the cadastre at 10,000,000 rubles. We deduct 2% from this amount and go to pay tax in the amount of 200,000 rubles. The minus for 20 meters applies only to residential apartments, therefore, the owners of the apartments do not have any tax breaks. And if you live in Granatny Lane?A dream has come true - you live in a 300-meter penthouse in Granatny Lane. According to the cadastral value, your property is estimated at 300,000,000 rubles (which is not the limit for Moscow). It turns out that the tax will be 2%. We make a tax deduction, since the penthouse is a dwelling. Each meter is estimated at 1,000,000 rubles, subtract 20,000,000 and get 280,000,000, of which we calculate 2% and rush to pay real estate tax, which is 5,600,000 rubles. And so on growing each year, as the market value of real estate gradually increases, and the cadastral value follows it.