New Jersey Property Tax Assessments and Appeals: The Good, The Bad and The Not So Ugly (Settlement)

Kevin J. DiMedio, Partner in Reger Rizzo & Darnall’s Real Estate Group, recently authored the article, New Jersey Property Tax Assessments and Appeals: The Good, The Bad and The Not So Ugly (Settlement), for the Spring 2015 issue of the New Jersey Builders Association’s quarterly publication, Dimensions.

In the article, Mr. DiMedio discusses how a successful real estate tax appeal could reduce your property’s taxable valuation, and consequently the property taxes you must ultimately pay. Mr. DiMedio states, “…property taxes are a result of the municipal budget process and are not appealable. However, property assessments may be challenged…” and “As the April 1st filing deadline is fast approaching, now is the time to review your property assessment, and the likelihood of success of an appeal to obtain the “Good” result.” 

For questions or additional information regarding your property’s taxable valuation, contact Mr. DiMedio at 856-778-8950 or via email at kdimedio@regerlaw.com.