For owners of commercial or high-end residential property in Cape May and Cumberland Counties, there is no better time to consider appealing your 2013 real estate tax assessment. Here is why:
- The deadline to file an appeal for your 2013 tax assessment is April 1st.
- Many towns in Cap May and Cumberland Counties have undergone district-wide revaluations.
- The value of comparable properties may never be lower.
Owners of high-end residences or commercial properties such as office or retail space, multifamily properties, restaurants and industrial/warehouse complexes, located in these New Jersey Counties are invited to attend one or more of these must-attend seminars examining the revaluation process that occurred in 2012 and the subsequent appeals process, which for many districts is April 1, 2013. The programs will cover general market conditions and explain how to decide if you should appeal, how changes in the laws and market may affect your tax assessment, how to get the best value from your appeal, and what to do next.
Flaster Greenberg’s real estate and tax attorneys, Steven Poulathas and Douglas Stanger, will present these issues for Cape May and Cumberland Counties. Refer to the below schedule for dates and locations.
Cumberland County – March 5th
2216 W. Landis Avenue, Route 55, Exit 32A
Vineland, NJ 08360
5:00 p.m. - Registration
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Program and Q&A
Cape May County – March 10th
Flip Flopz Beach Bar & Grill
Spruce and Old New Jersey Avenues
North Wildwood, NJ
12:00 noon - Registration
12:30 – 1:30 p.m. - Program and Q&A