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Steven Jay Eisenstein

Roseland Banking Law Attorney.

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  1. Chapter 123 Corridor

    Written by attorney Steven Eisenstein, over 3 years ago.

    If a property tax assessment in New Jersey is not based on 100% of true value it will be based on a published ratio. By way of example if you own property in Newark and you receive a 2011 assessment notice of $200,000 that means the assessor believes your property to be worth $29...

  2. Understanding Property Tax Ratios

    Written by attorney Steven Eisenstein, over 3 years ago.

    When you receive an assessment bill for property taxes in New Jersey you may notice that the number is lower than you believe the value of the property to be. This is because in New Jersey as in many other states assessments may not be reflective of true value but of a ratio. It...

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