Appeals In Garden State Keep Climbing

Used to be tax appeals by homeowner’s were a minority. No more. Each year tax assessors find themselves with an increasing number of appeals, as homeowner’s continue their assault on the inequality of assessments.

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There were 74,227 property tax assessment appeals filed by New Jersey residents this year, the highest since 1992. There were 5,508 more appeals filed in 2010 compared to 2009, and more than double…More at null

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