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Re: Civic JC and Civic Parent Partner on Interactive Map to Compare Property Sales to Assessed Values
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Hi,

First time poster who just recently was considering buying and moving to Jersey City. Just recently had a baby. Obviously have been following this thread and the tax re-evaluation is definitely making me reconsider my plan and maybe pursue buying and staying in Brooklyn instead. Shorter commute for me since my wife and I work in downtown Brooklyn and I'm not sure it makes sense to pay those higher taxes for inferior public schools...unless i'm buying in the Cornelia Bradford district, which is obviously pricier. But then i fear flooding, which may not be warranted? Will probably just hold buying for another year to see how everything shakes out.


Posted on: 2016/6/3 17:36
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