Deadlines for Appealing NJ Property Tax Assessments Are Fast Approaching
Publisher: Day Pitney Alert
March 7, 2012
If you or your organization owns or leases real property in New Jersey, you might be overassessed, especially in light of the sweeping economic downturn that has affected real property values since 2008. A real property tax appeal can result in a favorable settlement for the taxpayer and reduce current and future taxes owed. The April 1, 2012, deadline to file an appeal is quickly approaching; if your municipality implemented a revaluation of assessments, that deadline is extended to May 1, 2012. We would be happy to analyze your assessment and recommend the best course of action that may benefit your bottom line. Property tax assessment cards are generally mailed to each property owner of record by the end of February.
Day Pitney's Tax Appeal team has:
More than 30 years of experience in property tax appeals and assessment challenges, tax certiorari proceedings and tax exemption disputes.
Substantial experience in handling commercial and industrial facilities, large residential properties and corporate facilities of all shapes and sizes, including all classes of office facilities, hotels, casinos, vacant land, multiuse facilities and corporate headquarters properties.
Significant experience advising charitable, community and educational nonprofit organizations with regard to exemptions from real property taxation.
A comprehensive databank of forms and research and a vast network of experts including appraisers, economists, casino experts, auto industry experts, brokers, architects, planners, engineers, traffic experts, environmental experts and many more.
Please contact us for a consultation regarding a potential tax appeal. We would be happy to discuss your situation.
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