New Monmouth County Assessment Program Rankles Homeowners

 

From: Asbury Park Press

Across Monmouth County, a new way of assessing property values, the Assessment Demonstration Program or ADP, is leaving property owners either outraged over hefty assessment increases — or quietly celebrating a lower valuation.

The pocketbook pain for many taxpayers could go substantially beyond the much-touted 2 percent property tax cap.

…via Monmouth residents riled by new assessment program – Asbury Park Press

 

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