New Jersey Property Taxes

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New Jersey Property Taxes

Post by jessiefenne » Sun Mar 15, 2009 11:05 pm

My property tax bill is about $7,000. What can I do to pay my property taxes? I do not want to lose my home. Please email me help.

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Contest your taxes

Post by Admin » Sun Mar 29, 2009 1:33 am

While I know property taxes are so high in New Jersey, still contest your property taxes. It is free to do and you can save so much money per year.

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Re: New Jersey Property Taxes

Post by karenjim » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:26 pm

I am not certain of the different cities but check with your local city hall. My city hall offers hardship programs twice per year. You need to reapply every year, but if you qualify they'll either lower your taxes or give you an exemption from paying them that year. It's worth a try... not like they'll go any higher. And you may just be pleasantly surprised... Check with your city hall soon... Good luck

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Re: New Jersey Property Taxes

Post by Admin » Fri Oct 07, 2016 12:34 pm

Unfortunately taxes (both property and others) are high in New Jersey. There is really no way to get around that...other than moving. So if you want more tips though, try a HUD housing counseling agency in New Jersey. Maybe they can contest them or offer you some other suggestions. Read more information.
jessiefenne wrote:My property tax bill is about $7,000. What can I do to pay my property taxes? I do not want to lose my home. Please email me help.

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