No Matter Where You Live In New Jersey, You’re Paying Too Much

 


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See which N.J. counties have the highest and lowest property taxes
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TRENTON — Three New Jersey counties saw average property tax bills top $10,000 in 2014, and just as many exceeded $9,000. Property taxes are highest in the northern part of the state, where bills averaged $10,896 in Essex, $10,826 in Bergen, $10,241 …
New Jersey property tax growth biggest in three yearsAsbury Park Press
NJ property taxes keep rising: See how high in your townMyCentralJersey.com
Already Nation’s Highest, New Jersey Property Taxes IncreaseNBC 10 Philadelphia
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