Fiscal Valuation Certificate in Peru: Essential Real Estate Document

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What is it?

The Fiscal Valuation Certificate in Peru is an essential document for taxpayers, indicating the assessed value of real estate for tax purposes. This valuation helps ensure accurate tax computation by assessing the fair market value of the property based on specific valuation standards.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for property owners in Peru who need to ensure accurate tax assessments. It is particularly useful for first-time homeowners, real estate investors, or anyone planning to sell property as it helps in transparent and fair property evaluations and tax calculations.


  1. Gather Required Documents: Ensure you have all necessary documentation ready.
  2. Application Submission: Submit your application through the designated municipal website or office.
  3. Property Inspection: Schedule and complete the property inspection by a certified assessor.
  4. Valuation Report: Receive the valuation report from the municipal office.
  5. Obtain Certificate: Collect your Fiscal Valuation Certificate after all procedures are satisfactorily completed.

Required documents

  • Property Deed: Obtainable from the Public Registry.
  • Identification: National ID or Passport.
  • Property Tax Receipts: Proof of recent tax payments, obtainable from the municipal tax office.
  • Utility Bills: Latest charges for water, electricity, etc., confirming property occupancy.

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Additional details

  • The process may differ slightly depending on the municipality.
  • Property inspections can take a few weeks to schedule.
  • Ensure all documents are up to date to avoid delays.


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