An article from The Star Ledger published yesterday outlined information regarding NJ Property taxes and their changes over the past year.
An excerpt from the article:
"New Jersey homeowner taxes went up 1.7 percent last year, the smallest bump in more than two decades and a hard-fought milestone for one of the highest-taxed states in America.
Residents paid $7,870.28 on average in property taxes for 2012, an increase of $132.46, a Star-Ledger analysis of all 566 municipalities shows."
Included here is a link for the full article, including a chart at the bottom where you can search for your town by name to see the property tax change.
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