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Municipality of Duiven: paying property tax (OZB) on a property

Please note: do you own a (holiday) house or flat in the Netherlands? If so, you must pay onroerendezaakbelasting OZB (property tax). You do not have to be registered in a municipality for this.

How much OZB you have to pay depends on the:

  • value of the property;
  • the OZB rates that apply in your municipality.

The municipality determines the value of your business premises  every year on 1 January. This is the waardering onroerende zaken WOZ (valuation of your home or holiday home). The municipality uses the WOZ value from the previous year to determine the amount of OZB due.

The following rates apply in the municipality of Duiven:

OZB owner (dwellings): 0,1229 % of the WOZ


You receive the annual OZB assessment from your municipality [or enter other name: cooperating tax each year. That assessment specifies the amount that you have to pay. You must pay that amount within 6 weeks.

Are you unable to pay the amount all at once? If so, you can:

  • pay in instalments: request a direct debit, and the municipality will debit the amount from your bank account in instalments (each month);
  • request a payment plan from the municiplaity.

OZB relief

Are you unable to pay the amount in the OZB assessment? You can ask the municipality whether you are entitled to an exemption for (part of) the amount. That exemption is referred to as kwijtschelding . You can apply for an exemption via the website.

OZB after moving house

Are you moving house later in the year? If so, you will still have to pay the OZB amount assessed on 1 January. You will not have to pay the OZB for your new home. It is usually settled with the new owners via the notary.

Do you disagree with the WOZ for your property? Or with the OZB? If so, you can lodge a complaint. You can do so via the website.

Questions about this topic?

Contact the Municipality of Duiven

Visiting address

Koning Willem-Alexanderplein 1

6921ES Duiven

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Last updated on 14 March 2023