- Land tax is based on the taxable value of land and tax rate established by a local government.
- The taxable value of land forms on the basis of potential profitability, intended purpose and location of the land, and not on the actual use of the land.
- Based on the taxable value of land and the tax rate imposed on it, the Estonian Tax and Customs Board calculates the land tax and organises its collection.
You can view the data about your plots of land, calculation of land tax, land tax notices and amounts due in the e-services environment e-MTA of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board.Payment of land tax Land Tax Act Contact details of local authorities' land consolidators
Land tax is paid by owners or users of land – private individuals, businesses and the state alike.
The tax on land is based on the right of ownership or use.
- Unless land use is re-registered pursuant to the Land Reform Act, land tax is paid by land users.
- If land is encumbered with a right of superficies or a usufruct, land tax must be paid by the superficiary or usufructuary.
- If a registered immovable (plot with buildings) is divided between apartment ownerships, the owner of each apartment must pay the land tax for his or her apartment ownership.
Land tax will not be imposed if the amount of tax is less than 5 euros. The owners of apartments in apartment buildings also pay land tax. However, as in many apartment buildings the share of land tax for apartment owners is less than 5 euros, people may not be aware of the land tax and land tax exemption.
The taxing of land is based on the taxable value of land, which the Land Board determines during mass valuation.
As a result of the valuation, value zones are formed and the value of the land in each zone is determined by intended purposes or land use types. The results are prepared as maps of value zones and a list of the value of land.
The Land Board enters valuation results in land cadastre (data collection consisting of land registers, cadastral maps and cadastral archives). The land cadastre also includes, among other things, information about the natural state of plots and data on land use types, which may change if the natural state of land changes.
The valuation of land is regulated by the Land Valuation Act.
The taxable value of plots of land is calculated by local authorities, which establish a tax rate for each plot and incentives per value zone each year by 31 January at the latest.
The rate of land tax is 0.1—2.5 per cent of the taxable value of land annually. The amended tax rates will be applicable from 1 January.
On the basis of the taxable value of land, the Estonian Tax and Customs Board will calculate land tax.
Settlement of disputes concerning the determination of taxable value of land is established by the Land Valuation Act.
Land under home (0.15 hectares in densely populated areas and 2 hectares elsewhere) is exempt from land tax.
A landowner is entitled to exemption from land tax on land under home if as of 1 January:
- he or she is the owner or user of the plot of land;
- the plot is residential land or profit-yielding land that includes the land use type of yard land;
- his or her residence is in the building located on this land pursuant to the residence data entered in the population register.
In the case of apartment ownership, there is a limit to the land tax exemption on land under home, which is divided between each apartment ownership according to its share of ownership. Land tax exemption also applies to a building association which owns the building. If land is part of joint or common ownership, the tax exemption limit applies to all owners jointly.
If part of the apartment building is used as commercial or public land, the plot of land shall be assigned multiple intended purposes.
The plot of land will be proportionally assigned the intended purposes of residential land and other land that apply to all apartment ownerships of this plot of land.
Local government may additionally exempt pensioners and disabled persons from the obligation to pay land tax on residential land to the extent of 0.15 hectares and repressed persons from the obligation to pay land tax to the extent of the whole residential land. In order to qualify for the exemption, you must submit an application to your local government.
Land tax liability is created on 1 January of the current year. The Estonian Tax and Customs Board issues a tax notice to a person who as of 1 January is the owner or user of land.
The obligation to pay land tax arises when the amount of tax on land located within the territory of one local government is at least 5 euros.
If the total amount of tax on land located within the territory of one local government is less than 5 euros, the land tax notice is not sent and land tax is not payable.
If land or the right to use land is acquired in the middle of the year, it will remain the obligation of the previous owner or user to pay land tax until the end of the year. The tax liability of the new owner or user will arise from 1 January of the year following the year in which the land or the right to use the land was acquired.
If your land tax notice contains inaccuracies in the land use or taxpayer data, please inform the local authority of the location of the land, which will make the necessary corrections to registers.
Land owners and/or users do not have to submit land data or calculate and declare land tax themselves.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Board will calculate land tax based on the data from a local government by 15 February at the latest and will issue a land tax notice in the e-services environment e-MTA.
We will inform tax payers about the issued land tax notices by e-mail or text message. If we do not have a taxpayer’s e-mail address and telephone number, we will send a tax notice on paper by regular mail.
We use contact information in the population register or in the e-MTA register when sending notifications. If the data in the registers is different, we use the most recently amended data. For notifications to reach you, please check your contact details in the population register and/or the e-MTA and correct them if necessary.
All information about the taxation of your land is also available in the e-MTA. If you notice inaccuracies in the data about your land, please inform the local authority immediately.
If you have not received your land tax notice by 25 February at the latest, please contact the Estonian Tax and Customs Board.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Board will not send a tax notice when the amount of tax on land located within the territory of one local government is less than 5 euros.
There are two deadlines for payment of land tax – 31 March and 3 October.
- Land tax in the amount of up to 64 euros on land located within the territory of one local government must be paid by 31 March.
- If the land tax amount exceeds 64 euros, then:
– at least half of the amount must be paid by 31 March, but not less than 64 euros;
– and the rest of the amount by 3 October.
Land tax is paid into the bank account of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board.
To make the payment of land tax easier, you can order an e-invoice conveniently in the Estonian Tax and Customs Board’s e-services environment.
E-invoice ordering instructions and additional information
|Local authority code||Local authority name||Contact person||E-mail address||Telephone|
|130||Alutaguse vald||Sirje Allikmaaemail@example.com||3 366 909|
|141||Anija vald||Mait Paasikfirstname.lastname@example.org||6 199 021|
|142||Antsla vald||Ester Hommikemail@example.com||5 540 530|
|171||Elva vald||Daisy Sildfirstname.lastname@example.org||7 309 896|
|184||Haapsalu linn||Marju Kohtring||Marju.Kohtring@haapsalulv.ee||4 725 322|
|191||Haljala vald||Marju Kirsipuemail@example.com||53 364 212|
|198||Harku firstname.lastname@example.org||6 003 848|
|205||Hiiumaa vald||Mai Julgeemail@example.com||4 636 845|
|214||Häädemeeste vald||Marie Selbergfirstname.lastname@example.org||4 448 884|
|245||Jõelähtme vald||Gerli Kelkemail@example.com||6 054 879|
|247||Jõgeva vald||Priit Kalmefirstname.lastname@example.org||7 762 448|
|251||Jõhvi vald||Serli Murikemail@example.com||3 363 752|
|255||Järva vald||Mati Tatrik||Mati.Tatrik@jarva.ee||5 109 734|
|272||Kadrina vald||Siiri Püss||Siiri.Pyss@kadrina.ee||3 225 621|
|283||Kambja vald||Marge Einolafirstname.lastname@example.org||7 502 605|
|284||Kanepi vald||Kadri Kaskaemail@example.com||7 976 315|
|291||Kastre vald||Kati Kalafirstname.lastname@example.org||7 446 521|
|293||Kehtna vald||Ene Sulg||Ene.Sulg@kehtna.ee||58 757 032|
|296||Keila linn||Sven Andrejevemail@example.com||6 790 715|
|303||Kihnu vald||Kaido Selbergfirstname.lastname@example.org||59 125 115|
|305||Kiili vald||Benno Johansonemail@example.com||6 790 264|
|317||Kohila vald||Anne Laasfirstname.lastname@example.org||4 894 768|
|321||Kohtla-Järve linn||Enno Kaareemail@example.com||3 378 567|
|338||Kose vald||Kose Vallavalitsusfirstname.lastname@example.org||6 339 300|
|353||Kuusalu email@example.com||6 066 370|
|424||Loksa linn||Karin Ilvesfirstname.lastname@example.org||53 048 333|
|432||Luunja vald||Teivi Leisemail@example.com||7 417 323|
|431||Lääne-Harju vald||Kairi Tiitsmannfirstname.lastname@example.org||6 776 921|
|441||Lääne-Nigula vald||Marika Meisteremail@example.com||4 724 354|
|430||Lääneranna vald||Mihkel Kalmarufirstname.lastname@example.org||56 692 946|
|442||Lüganuse vald||Tatjana Pääroemail@example.com||3 321 341|
|446||Maardu linn||Marika Antsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||6 060 713|
|478||Muhu vald||Pille Tammemail@example.com||4 530 680|
|480||Mulgi vald||Tiia Kukkfirstname.lastname@example.org||53 432 880|
|486||Mustvee vald||Pille Lapinemail@example.com||5 068 432|
|502||Märjamaa vald||Kirsti Maufirstname.lastname@example.org||53 021 768|
|511||Narva linn||Virve Torpanemail@example.com||58 470 230|
|514||Narva-Jõesuu linn||Tatjana Hüttfirstname.lastname@example.org||3 599 598|
|528||Nõo vald||Piret Retteremail@example.com||7 455 434|
|557||Otepää vald||Vello Voufirstname.lastname@example.org||7 664 822|
|567||Paide linn||Maarika Heinasteemail@example.com||3 838 637|
|Gustav Madisfirstname.lastname@example.org||3 838 635|
|586||Peipsiääre vald||Peipsiääre email@example.com||7 302 370|
|638||Põhja-Pärnumaa vald||Anne Kangertfirstname.lastname@example.org||4 430 340|
|615||Põhja-Sakala vald||Marion Küttemail@example.com||55 660 160|
|618||Põltsamaa vald||ain firstname.lastname@example.org||5 098 517|
|622||Põlva vald||Tiivi Partsemail@example.com||5 201 969|
|624||Pärnu linn||Annika Kullerkanfirstname.lastname@example.org||4 448 369|
|651||Raasiku vald||Raasiku Vallavalitsusemail@example.com||6 070 589|
|653||Rae vald||Silja Angerjasfirstname.lastname@example.org||6 056 788|
|663||Rakvere linn||Inge Kuhiemail@example.com||3 240 312|
|661||Rakvere vald||Jaan Kangurfirstname.lastname@example.org||3 221 025|
|668||Rapla vald||Sirje Salu||Sirje.Salu@rapla.ee||59 197 970|
|689||Ruhnu vald||Margus Pikkoremail@example.com||5 816 766|
|698||Rõuge vald||Heidi Normannfirstname.lastname@example.org||53 300 711|
|708||Räpina vald||Miia Kasearuemail@example.com||7 999 510|
|712||Saarde vald||Martti Roodenfirstname.lastname@example.org||4 490 139|
|714||Saaremaa vald||Pille Pukk||Pille.Pukk@saaremaavald.ee||4 525 085|
|719||Saku vald||Maie Lipsoemail@example.com||6 712 423|
|725||Saue vald||Aime Renserfirstname.lastname@example.org||53 414 028|
|732||Setomaa vald||Erika Joonasemail@example.com||57 450 133|
|735||Sillamäe linn||Natalja Tšistjakovafirstname.lastname@example.org||3 925 746|
|784||Tallinna Linnakantselei||Tallinna Linnavaraametemail@example.com||6 404 454|
|792||Tapa vald||Linda Kelu-Toomefirstname.lastname@example.org||3 229 672|
|793||Tartu linn||Riho Sulp||Riho.Sulp@tartu.ee||7 361 257|
|796||Tartu vald||Mari Niineemail@example.com||5 265 519|
|803||Toila vald||Hannes Kohtringfirstname.lastname@example.org||59 191 117|
|809||Tori vald||Margus Pikkoremail@example.com||58 167 666|
|824||Tõrva vald||Arvo Kargufirstname.lastname@example.org||7 668 454|
|834||Türi vald||Ülle Survaemail@example.com||53 406 933|
|855||Valga vald||Mario Pinkafirstname.lastname@example.org||53 093 826|
|890||Viimsi vald||Stella Lauremail@example.com||6 028 816|
|897||Viljandi linn||Kadri Küttfirstname.lastname@example.org||51 943 746|
|899||Viljandi vald||Eva Meesakemail@example.com||58 540 551|
|901||Vinni vald||Irina Kuhlbachfirstname.lastname@example.org||3 258 668|
|903||Viru-Nigula vald||Marit Laastemail@example.com||3 229 631|
|907||Vormsi vald||Maris Jõgevafirstname.lastname@example.org||5 296 318|
|919||Võru linn||Sirli Kokkemail@example.com||7 850 937|
|917||Võru vald||Alar Veibrifirstname.lastname@example.org||7 822 716|
|928||Väike-Maarja vald||Diana Seepteremail@example.com||3 295 755|
Last updated: 23.09.2022