Landgate values all properties in Western Australia for rating and taxing purposes in accordance with the Valuation of Land Act 1978.
Landgate valuers conduct independent and unbiased valuations of your property. These are Gross Rental Values (GRVs) and Unimproved Values (UVs). The GRV is calculated every 3 to 6 years (depending on the local government) and UV every year.
These valuations are used by local governments, government agencies and emergency services as a basis to determine property rates, service charges and levies.
Neither the Valuer-General or Landgate sets council rates, emergency service levies or water provider charges. Local governments and other rating authorities use valuations provided from the Valuer-General to determine their own charges.
Gross Rental Value (GRV)
Find out how and when is the GRV determined and who uses the GRV.
Unimproved Value (UV)
Find out how and when is the UV determined and who uses the UV.
Lodging an Objection
How to lodge a GRV, UV or pastoral rent value objection and what evidence is to be provided.
How to order a valuation extract for a property in Western Australia.
Videos on GRV & UV
Informative videos on Gross Rental Value (GRV) and Unimproved Value (UV)
Landgate's latest valuation statistics.
Date of Valuation
List of the latest date of valuation for metro and regional properties.
Pastoral leases are leases over Crown land which gives the lessee the right to graze authorised livestock on the natural vegetation.
The Valuer-General sets the standards and policies used to ensure land in Western Australia is valued in a consistent, accurate and transparent manner and the valuations determined are fair, just, equitable and correct.