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Estimated market value of primary dwelling, which is the dwelling where the owner has his or her registered address according to the National Registry at the end of the year.
Division for income and wage statistics
The assessed tax-value of the primary dwelling corresponds to 25 per cent of the estimated market value during the whole period. In practice, this means that the assessed tax-value of the primary dwelling has been multiplied by 4 to estimate the market value. Here, farmhouses are not counted as primary dwellings.