As RBC reports with reference to the data of the State Budgetary Institution "Center for Property Payments and Housing Insurance", the average cadastral value of 1 sq. M. m of housing in Moscow high-rise buildings in 2022 will grow by 21.4% - from 149 to 181 thousand rubles. The last revaluation was made three years ago - in 2018.
The greatest increase awaits residents of the North-West District, where the growth will be 23.6%. The lowest percentage of the increase is in Zelenogradskiy district, where the cost per square meter will grow by 19.2%. The new rates will apply from January 1, 2022. You can dispute the assessment until October 19, 2021 of the current year.
As follows from the calculations presented, the cadastral value of a 72-meter apartment in the Western Cadastral District with the former cost of 10.5 million rubles will grow in the new year by 20% - up to 12.6 million rubles.
Based on the cadastral value, in particular, property taxes and state fees are calculated in court in disputes over inheritance or division of property. Thus, in a year, real estate owners will have to pay the state an average of 20% more.