Gloucester county new jersey tax records
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These include the market value of the property you own, the cost of municipal and county programs and services, the costs of your local public schools, the availability of other revenues to cover these costs, the extent of the presence of tax exempt properties in your municipality and the total value of all taxable properties in your area. New Jersey and its courts have recognized three methods for estimating property value for tax purposes.
Factors such as the size of rooms, quality of materials used in construction, location, condition and time of sale are considered. The assessment process attempts to utilize all three approaches but recognizes that one may be more relevant in certain situations. If one has grounds to assert that the assessment on property is unfair, one may appeal the assessment.
Those conditions consist of the following: 1 the buyer and seller are each acting prudently and knowledgeably, 2 assuming the price is not affected by unique stimulus, 3 a motivated and well informed buyer and seller, 4 reasonable time of exposure on the open market, 5 payment made in cash or its equivalent, 6 access to financing and 7 the price represents a normal consideration of the property sold unaffected by external factors such as special financing or special terms.