Visit the Property Enquiry System, enter the property address and you’ll have to access an extensive range of property-specific information, including:
- the legal description
- the land area
- the land value, which is the probable price that would have been paid for the bare land as at 1 July 2016. It includes development work such as drainage, retaining walls and levelling, but not buildings or other improvements to the property
- the capital value, which is the most likely selling price had the property (including buildings and all other improvements on the land, excluding chattels) been sold on 1 July 2016.
- the total Hutt City Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council rates for the property
- the Certificate of Title number
- an aerial photo of the property showing the services (water, wastewater and stormwater) and easements and encroachments where they apply.
You can also do things like order a LIM (Land Information Memorandum) and a free rates report, which includes an aerial photo of the property showing the services (water, wastewater and stormwater) and easements and encroachments where they apply.