Legislation Would Advise Homeowners Of Right To Appeal Taxes

 

From: NJ Spotlight

Letting Property Owners Know They Can Challenge Annual Tax Assessments
NJ Spotlight
The push to raise awareness for property tax appeals comes as hundreds of thousands of New Jersey homeowners have been facing pressure in recent years from two ends of the property tax equation. The average New Jersey property tax bill has been …
 

 

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