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Understanding The Importance Of Your Property Assessment And Your Right To Appeal The Assessment If It Is Unfair

Since the annual real estate taxes billed by the municipal tax collector in connection with a parcel of property are the direct product of the assessed valuation of the property, it is important to have the assessment properly reviewed each year to determine whether or not the assessment is accurate and fair based upon applicable [...]

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