Reassessments May Be Headed Your Way

 


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Are you fairly taxed? NJ targets towns on assessments
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That’s the primary reason why the number of tax appeals continues to drop in Somerset County, where most towns update property assessments every year, Vance said. Municipalities used to perform property revaluations at intervals of several years, Vance …
 

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