Property assessment information is announced on an annual basis. Please note that this information was released on January 3, 2023 and is based on market values as of
July 1, 2022.
View the 2023 BC Assessment News Releases.
You can also view the regional breakdown of 2023 highlights for:
Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, Thompson Okanagan, Kootenay Columbia, Northern BC.
British Columbia - Highlights
Number of properties assessed2,160,828
Total value of real estate assessed$2.72 trillion
Total value of new construction, subdivisions and rezoning$33.52 billion
Percentage of accepted assessments (appeals not filed)98%
Get more property stats & trends:
Assessment Roll Total Value
Assessment Roll Total Value by Property Class
Assessment Roll Total Value by Area and Property Class
BC Property Count
Property Count by Subclass
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2023 Assessment Roll Media Backgrounder
Learn more about assessments:
Learn about the principles of property assessment through this animation about Mill Town, a fictional town in B.C.
Property assessments are about determining HOW property taxes are distributed. BC Assessment provides local governments and other taxing authorities with accurate and independent assessment information. Local governments and other taxing authorities use that information to determine funding for important services used every day in communities all over British Columbia. Learn more about the relationship between property assessments & property taxes by viewing this short video.
If you are a property owner in B.C., this quick video explains how to learn more about your assessment, compare properties and ask questions.