Property tax (OZB)

Step by step

  1. View your OZB property tax bill online or on paper.
  2. Pay the tax bill in one payment or in instalments.
  3. Do you disagree with the tax bill? Lodge an objection.

Property tax, abbreviated to OZB, is the tax you pay on the value of a property. The OZB is based on the WOZ value (Valuation of Immovable Property Act).

You can View your OZB tax bill online. Residents can log in with DigiD, and businesses with RSIN.

Who has to pay OZB?

There are two types of OZB tax bills:

  1. property tax for the owner of property, residential or not;
  2. property tax for the occupier of a non-residential property.

You receive the OZB tax bill, if you own the property, on 1 January of the fiscal year. You pay the property tax bill for the whole year. If you sell the property at some point during the year, or if you move away from Eindhoven, the municipality does not refund any of the tax.

You receive the OZB tax bill, if you occupy the non-residential property, on 1 January of the fiscal year. You pay the property tax bill for the whole year. If you cease to occupy the property at some point during the year, the Municipality does not refund any of the tax. You can report the use of non-residential premises online,using the 'Report use non-residential premises' form (only in Dutch).

Occupiers of a residential property, tenants for example, receive an OZB tax bill, showing the WOZ value, but they are not required to pay the bill.