By now, most every New Jersey real estate owner should have received their property tax assessment postcard. For some reason, if you have not received the postcard, or lost it, call your municipality for a replacement. The postcard tells you the assessed value of your property which is used to determine your property tax bill. This assessment can be wrong. And in New Jersey, every property owner (and some tenants) has the right to appeal their tax assessment. If your assessment is $1,000,000 or less in Monmouth County, it’s already too late - the January 15, 2022, filing deadline has already passed. But the deadline to file an appeal in most locations is April 1st. If you feel your property has been over-assessed, don’t miss the 2022 filing deadline for a New Jersey Tax Appeal.
Revaluations & Reassessments
More frequently, municipalities in New Jersey are performing reassessments and revaluations to keep their tax rolls up to date. This can result in a significant increase in your property assessment. For municipalities that have performed a reassessment or revaluation, the deadline to appeal is May 2, 2022.
2022 Reassessment & Revaluations
If you own real estate in any of the following municipalities, it is a good idea to see if your revaluation or reassessment is fair. Again, the deadline for an appeal for these places is May 2.
Nothing to Lose
For almost 15 years, I’ve worked to reduce my client’s tax assessments. I’ve obtained hundreds of millions of dollars in assessment reductions for my clients. If an appeal is right for you, you will receive my personal attention from start to finish, and I will strive to obtain the best result possible. So, call me with any questions or to receive a complimentary assessment review to determine if you can benefit from a tax appeal. And regardless if you contact me or not, don’t miss the New Jersey tax appeal deadline.