Tax Appeals In Atlantic City On The Rise

As property values continue to fall and tax rates soar, homeowners are filing assessment appeals in record numbers -an increase of over 33% from 2010. The county is facing severe economic challenges and its future is bleak.


Press of Atlantic City
From Atlantic City Press:

Atlantic County tax appeals have shot up 33 percent in five years
Press of Atlantic City
Feisi Liang, left, and wife Lisa Hoang, of Atlantic City, appeal the assessment on an investment property they own in the Chelsea Heights section, Tuesday Aug. 4, 2015, during a tax appeal hearing in Hamilton Township. The property is currently
 

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