Tax Appeals Drop To Lowest Level Since 2008

Property tax appeals in New Jersey fell for the fourth straight year in 2016 to their lowest level since 2008, an indication people were less stressed about the value of their homes and, by extension, the condition of the overall economy….via NJ property tax appeals down more than half in 3 years – New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio

 

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