Monday, October 07 14:16:07
Just over half of Irish homes have been valued by their owners as being worth under E150,000 for the purposes of the Local Property Tax.
Almost a quarter of property owners have told the Revenue Commissioners their house or apartment is worth less E100,000 for the purposes of the.
The latest update from the tax authority shows almost one third of home owners believe their property is valued at between E100,000 and E150,000.
Just over one fifth valued their property between E150,000 and E200,000.
The Revenue Commissioners estimates that 90pc of property owners have complied with the tax nationally.
Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown in Co Dublin had the highest rate of compliance at 92pc.
Counties Donegal and Louth had the lowest rate of compliance at 84pc.
Just over half of those who paid used credit or debit cards.
The total number of properties on the register is 1.95m, a reduction of 10,000 due to continuing analysis on the final number of properties.