Bergen County Tax Appeals On The Decline

 

The record pace of appeals inundating tax boards in Bergen County and counties throughout New Jersey for the last few years has slowed significantly this year.

After back-to-back years that saw Bergen County’s tax appeals soar to their highest levels in 20 years, the numbers dropped to 6,679 in 2014 from more than 12,000 in 2012 and 2013, according to statistics recently released by the state Treasury Department.

…via Rush to appeal taxes slowing in Bergen County – NorthJersey.com

 

email

Similar Articles

Assessing Your Assessemen... Fair to say,  if you are living in New Jersey, you are probably paying more property taxes than you should. The National Taxpayers Union, in fact, estimates
Tax Appeal Victories In N...   From NJ.com: April 1 marks the last day for New Jersey residents to file property tax appeals. More than 116,000 tax appeals were filed in New
NJ’s “Third o...   LINK Third of a mil funding for four local libraries drop. (northjersey.com, 5/3/2012)… More at Drop in Property Values and Increase in Tax Appeals Impact New
Singapore Property Tax in... In spite of pitching itself as one of the richest cities of the South East Asian countries, Singapore is reportedly losing on its potential investors following a
Christie Congratulated Fo...     From NJ.Com: Christie Administration announces property tax growth in Morris County NJ.com “By any measure, Governor Christie's property tax reforms have been a resounding success
Hurricane Sandy Victims C...     From New Jersey 101.5: Hurricane Ravaged Homes Could Mean Tax Assessment Reduction [AUDIO] New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio If your home suffered significant damage or
Montclair reassessment wi... BY LINDA MOSS All Montclair property owners can expect their property tax assessments to change following a reassessment that’s now in progress, some more than others, the
No Matter Where You Live ...   NJ.com See which N.J. counties have the highest and lowest property taxes NJ.com TRENTON — Three New Jersey counties saw average property tax bills top $10,000
Englewood Considers Bond ... From NorthJersey.com: The city council is considering bonding $3.5 million to pay for approximately 100 tax appeals that are close to receiving judgment ….More at Englewood council considers
Tax Appeals In New Provid... From The Independent Press: Among the issues the New Providence Borough Council discussed at its June 25 meeting was a multi-million dollar reassessment of a property in
NJ Towns May Be Forced To... Patch.com From The Westfield Patch: N.J. Says These Towns Must Reassess – And Could Have Much Higher Tax Bills Patch.com Revaluations can be unpopular, and property owners