The Treasury raises the appraised value of ‘land’ by 8.9%.

The Depository Office gets ready to report new land examination costs. To be utilized as a kind of perspective for gathering enlistment expenses and juristic demonstrations as per the law in the year 2023-2026 by declaring this cost. This is the first time in quite a while. or on the other hand since the year 2020 that the Division has not declared the new land examination value By utilizing the land evaluation cost during the year 2016-2019 in light of the fact that it needs to assist with easing the expense trouble for individuals because of the Coronavirus circumstance.
Mr. Chamroen Phothiyot, Chief General of the Depository Division, said that the new land evaluation costs in the year 2023-2026 have expanded from the base year 2016-2019, a normal of around 8.93%, while the most elevated expansion in cost will be in the space of Remote Street. by up to 100 percent from the examination cost of 500,000 baht for every square wah to 1 million baht for each square wah. since it is a business region Followed by the region in the Huai Khwang region. Examination costs have expanded by over 21% in light of the fact that there is an electric train going through. Concerning the region around Silom Street. It is likewise the region with the most elevated evaluation cost of more than 1 million baht for each square wah. Be that as it may, the examination cost didn’t increment much.

He likewise said in the past After the public authority proclaimed the land and building charge regulation. causing the land example to change By changing from one block to another, expanding in 65 areas from the first around 31 million plots to 33.4 million plots in light of the fact that the landowner has partitioned the land by plot. to keep away from such charges. Making the examination cost be erroneous, so the Division needs to reappraise the land cost in accordance with the real world, which the Office has now finished another land evaluation.
“Individuals need to lessen the taxation rate that they need to pay for land and building charge because of the land and building charge. Still up in the air to pay charges as per the worth of the land. It is a venturing stone, that is to say, higher land costs will follow through on higher duties than lower land costs.”

With respect to land and building charge rates in 2023, it is resolved that
1. Horticultural tasks Current duty rate 0.01-0.1%
2. Lodging Expense rate presently gathered 0.02-0.1%
2.1 Land and structures possessed by people The ongoing expense rate is 0.03-0.1%.
2.2 Structures that the proprietor, who is an individual, utilizes for home and whose name is recorded in the family enlistment. Charge rates at present gathered 0.02-0.1%
2.3 Land or structures utilized as homes other than 2.1 and 2.2 Expense rates as of now gathered 0.02-0.1%
3. Utilizes other than Things 1 and 2 (business and modern) The ongoing duty rate is 0.3-0.7%.
4. Land or structures left unfilled or not utilized as they ought to be. The ongoing assessment rate is 0.3-0.7%
for houses and land that are the principal house or the main house. With a worth of not in excess of 50 million baht is excluded from charge, concerning rural land possessed by a person with a worth not surpassing 50 million baht is likewise excluded

at the cost of land in Bangkok With the most exorbitant cost in the 2016-2016 financial year,
No. 1 is Silom Street (Rama IV – Narathiwat Ratchanakarin), which has been the most elevated since the long term, valued at a million baht for every square wah.
The recently added parts are Ploenchit Street (Ratchadamri – Chalerm Maha Nakhon Turnpike), Rama 1 Street (Ratchadamri – Phaya Thai), Remote Street (Rama IV – Ploenchit), and Remote Street (Ploenchit – Klong Saen Saep). Recently situated at a million baht for each square wah too,
followed by Ratchadamri Street (Ploenchit – Klong Saen Saep segment) cost 900,000 baht for every square wah
, Sathorn Street (Rama IV segment – Surasak Street, Charoen Rodent Street) cost 800,000 baht for each square wah. Sukhumvit Street (Chaloem Maha Nakhon Freeway – Asok Montri Convergence) at a cost of 750,000 baht for each square wah and Yaowarat Street at a cost of 700,000 baht for every square wah.
For the area that has the most elevated increment is Remote Street (Rama IV – Ploenchit) from the first monetary year 16-19 at 500,000 baht for each square wah. Expanded to a million baht for each square wah or 100 percent since a street in the financial region is getting back to blast, while the typical land cost has expanded the most noteworthy in Bangkok, Huai Khwang, expanding 21.46% because of the expansion of the Orange Line electric train in region

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