NJ Towns May Be Forced To Conduct Tax Revals


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N.J. Says These Towns Must Reassess – And Could Have Much Higher Tax Bills

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Revaluations can be unpopular, and property owners can get higher tax bills after the value of their properties is reassessed. Those include Jersey City in Hudson County, Elizabeth in Union County and Dunellen in Middlesex County – the only three ...

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