The recently completed revaluation of approximately 680,000 residential properties in Northern Ireland was a landmark accomplishment, representing the Province's first revaluation based on capital value. The last revaluation, based on net rental values, was completed in the mid-1970s. The current revaluation used the modern mass valuation techniques, including some innovative ones, and achieved high standards for excellence in terms of traditional sales ratio statistics.
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