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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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Inspector came by today at my house on 1st St in downtown. The inspector told my wife he expects it to take 8 months to a year to complete the inspections.

The Tax year starts in April right? So maybe even the next tax year will be on the current assessments.

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I'd say the odds of Trump's tax plan going thru are about as good as the odds of DTJC property taxes staying at 1% of FMV...

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Trump tax plan would sock N.J. by killing property tax deduction

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... benef.html#incart_m-rpt-2



Hahahaha!

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Tax abatements has nothing whatsoever to do with this. The problem is that JC hasn't done a reval since 1988, which results in massive imbalances.


You left out that Yvonne, with her hysterical drum beating about property taxes and horror stories of 88, is directly responsible for this delay by making the politicians terrified of doing it. And she cashed out of DT for 100 times her taxes.

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I remember that march, it went from City Hall to the County Building. I lost neighbors in that revaluation.

Boo freaking hoo.

The reval is revenue neutral. That means for every person whose taxes go up, someone else's tax will go down.

Those neighbors? The ones whose taxes went up? That was because they weren't paying their fair share. They were getting a tax break, while someone else was paying more than they should have.

Tax abatements has nothing whatsoever to do with this. The problem is that JC hasn't done a reval since 1988, which results in massive imbalances.

I realize it's one of your many pet peeves, but the problem isn't abatements. It's that mayor after mayor have refused to do their jobs, and order a reval.

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Trump tax plan would sock N.J. by killing property tax deduction

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... benef.html#incart_m-rpt-2


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I remember that march, it went from City Hall to the County Building. I lost neighbors in that revaluation. Either they had to sell sometimes at loss or they lost their homes through the tax hike. You had to pay in advance to appeal. Many could not afford to pay in advance. This the reason I am against all tax abatements, even affordable housing. You are pushing someone's tax burden on another group. As it is now one third of the city do not pay regular taxes due to abatements.


Yes. God forbid the city use this as an opportunity to cut costs.


Interesting you should say that, virtually every council meeting Fulop creates a new job title. That is more money spent on jobs.

Posted on: 2017/4/21 18:06
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I remember that march, it went from City Hall to the County Building. I lost neighbors in that revaluation. Either they had to sell sometimes at loss or they lost their homes through the tax hike. You had to pay in advance to appeal. Many could not afford to pay in advance. This the reason I am against all tax abatements, even affordable housing. You are pushing someone's tax burden on another group. As it is now one third of the city do not pay regular taxes due to abatements.


Yes. God forbid the city use this as an opportunity to cut costs.

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I remember that march, it went from City Hall to the County Building. I lost neighbors in that revaluation. Either they had to sell sometimes at loss or they lost their homes through the tax hike. You had to pay in advance to appeal. Many could not afford to pay in advance. This the reason I am against all tax abatements, even affordable housing. You are pushing someone's tax burden on another group. As it is now one third of the city do not pay regular taxes due to abatements.

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Jersey City homeowners uneasy as long-delayed revaluation begins

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on April 21, 2017 at 12:38 PM, updated April 21, 2017 at 3:42 PM

JERSEY CITY -- A five-letter word is causing heartburn in every neighborhood in Jersey City.

Reval.

The citywide property revaluation, Jersey City's first since 1988, is finally underway, with inspectors knocking on doors, homeowners nervous about what their tax bills will be next year and Mayor Steve Fulop urging calm.

Fulop faced a roomful of grim-faced Downtown residents on March 28 to tell them what to expect.

"I know there's a lot of fear because people assume the worst," he told them before adding, "It's going to be disruptive. I don't want to mince words."

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... g_homeowners_anxious.html


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Amateur Hour, as Usual under the MF Rule!

What is ReallyPathetic is that these Bozos are getting paid Millions while they waste our valuable eve. time slot to provide us with Their Mis-Information BWO MS Power-Point........
[how sad is that !!]

SR. IT translation:::
Elect CLOWNS, Expect to See-a-Circus

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what kind of a fulop's moron posted these "maps"?

and why fulop blames christie? it was treasury department who ordered, and only because fulop himself canceled previous reval.

1/3 pays no taxes, while middle class is struggling to subsidize wall street investors.

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