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How to Appeal Your NJ Property Taxes

Did you know that homeowners can appeal the amount of property tax they have to pay? If you can provide evidence that your property’s value is less than the town thinks, they may lower your tax amount. This could be a good time to appeal due to the recent market shakeups and governmental efforts to help homeowners and stabilize markets.

You could be saving hundreds to thousands of dollars each year if your appeal is successful.

💡 Tips & How We Can Help

  • Check your property’s information in the county’s tax record for inaccuracies (i.e. Does it say 4 acres when you only own 0.4 acres?). We can help you get this information.
  • Gather recent sales of homes that are comparable to yours to prove your home’s value. With our MLS access and hyperlocal expertise, we can help pull accurate comps for you.
  • Ask the town to review your info and issue a decision. Each town has a specific procedure (forms, deadlines, etc.). The deadline here was extended to May 1st, so hurry and act now!

Our recommended attorney, Martin Liberman, in Morristown can also guide you the right way. He helped us with our appeal and a few of our clients were successful too!

With their Multi-Cultural Background, over 35 years of combined experience selling Real Estate and because they are Licensed in New Jersey, New York and California, Rahul, Smitha and their team can offer global reach. They have lots of experience representing a diverse group of clients, from Local New Jersey Buyers & Sellers to Relocation and International/Foreign Buyers, Sellers and Investors. Rahul and Smitha are exceptionally well-respected Realtors in the industry with high ethical standards and GLOWING REVIEWS. Their team offers a high level of expertise, innovative technology and cutting-edge real estate marketing and sales solutions.  They specialize in Morris, Somerset, Essex and Union counties. | |

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