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Importance Of Finding Usable Comparable Sales In NJ Tax Appeal Litigation
Whenever discussing the tax appeal рrосеѕѕ, we must be mindful of the fact that what is being chаllеngеd is the assessment and nоt thе taxes themselves. Since one is related to the other, however, any decrease in thе assessed vаluation naturally corresponds to a lowering of the tax liability. Another…
By:  in  Real Estate   Jan 21, 2016  
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Mathematical Principals In New Jersey Property Tax Appeals
With housing costs still significantly lower in many parts of New Jersey from the over-inflated property boom in 2005, many homeowners may easily qualify for a decrease in their property taxes. Residents that acquired property during the height of the property boom or who reside in towns that carried out…
By:  in  Finance  >  Taxes Property   Dec 20, 2015  
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Hiring An Attorney In A New Jersey Tax Appeal
The question is often posed as to whether or not a property owner in New Jersey is required to be represented by an attorney when filing a tax appeal. While legal representation in such matters is not required, the truth is most property owners simply do not possess the expertise…
By:  in  Real Estate   Dec 19, 2015  
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Calculations For New Jersey Property Tax
To understand the reasons why property taxes in New Jersey are higher than in nearly any other state, one needs to comprehend how property tax liabilities are computed and how they are subject to change from one year to the next. Property tax is essentially based on 6 factors: 1.)…
By:  in  Finance  >  Taxes Property   Dec 17, 2015  
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Effectively Challenging Your New Jersey Tax Assessment
When a property's assessment value has been inflated in error, a homeowner's tax liability will consequently be higher than it ought to be. This article will educate homeowners on how they may be able to reduce their assessment value-- and thereby reap significant tax savings. In challenging a property assessment,…
By:  in  Legal  >  Real Estate Law   Dec 15, 2015  
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How To Appeal Your New Jersey Property Taxes
If you live in New Jersey, you are more than likely paying an unfair share of property taxes. Aside from planting a "for sale" sign on your front yard, and moving elsewhere, what other choices do you really have? While you can't legally avoid paying property taxes in New Jersey,…
By:  in  Legal  >  Real Estate Law   Dec 15, 2015  
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New Jersey Seniors Benefit From Property Tax Freeze
Nothing has impacted New Jersey's fixed-income, senior population more than property taxes. A little-known source of relief exists, however, called the Property Tax Reimbursement Program -- also known as the Senior Freeze Program. Though this program, eligible homeowners are reimbursed for property taxes. The state recently began to issue rebates…
By:  in  Real Estate   Dec 15, 2015  
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