Westfield Realtor Offers Free Tax Appeal Assistance For Homeowners

 

From PR News:

In 2012, according to the Department of Treasury’s Division of Taxation, more than 90,000 residential tax appeals were filed in New Jersey — the highest since 1992 and more than triple the number filed in 2007.

Spurred by sagging home prices — along with often inaccurate and outdated assessments – state figures show nearly 60 percent of the appeals filed were reduced or settled – amounting to more than a $32 billion reduction in property assessments. 

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