Auckland Council has released its new capital values for individual properties.
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The council-assessed values are now searchable on its website, allowing homeowners to see how much they have gained.
Provisional data last week showed an average rise of 45 percent since the last release of CVs in 2014.
Last week the council said local board areas with the largest movements - of more than the 45 percent average - are in Waiheke, Otara-Papetoetoe, Papakura, Mangere-Otahuhu, Manurewa, Henderson-Massey, Maungakiekie-Tamaki, Franklin, Howick, Rodney and Upper Harbour.
Movements within the remaining boards range between 11 percent and 44 percent.
Property Institute of New Zealand chief executive Ashley Church says Aucklanders should not go out and binge on the basis of big increases.
She says the numbers are more of a "guesstimate" rather than an accurate indicator of what a home is actually worth.
"They shouldn't be regarded as an exact measure of the value of a home - and they're certainly not intended to provide an ongoing price guide," Mr Church says.
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