N.J. property taxes soared by $537M in 2015, report says

Property taxes soared at their fastest rate in years in 2015, according to a new report by the Asbury Park Press, setting homeowners back an extra $537 million. According to data compiled by the paper, the average taxpayer forked over $8,354 – $193 more than in 2014. The 2.4 percent hike is the largest in four…

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