WOZ for tenants

The Woningwaarderingsstelsel (housing valuation system) was modified with effect from 1 October 2015. The new change means that the WOZ value now has consequences for the maximum permitted rent price for housing with unshared amenities. As of 1 October 2015, tenants of rental properties can have a stake in the WOZ value. That is why the RBG now mentions the property’s WOZ value on assessments for tenants of rental properties. 

You can find more information about how the WOZ value is determined on the WOZ page.

I am a tenant of a property. How do I find out my WOZ value?

You will receive a WOZ value decision (WOZ-beschikking) stating the WOZ value of the property you are renting from the RBG every year (see your assessment for your local taxes). You can also view the valuation report for your residence in My RBG.

You can also view WOZ values of residences via the landelijke openbare loket (WOZ valuation registry): www.woz-waardeloket.nl.

How do I know if it’s worth it to object to the WOZ value as a tenant?
Can any tenant submit an objection with the RBG against the WOZ value?
As a tenant, can I object to the WOZ value?