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Old 10-09-2007, 04:08 PM
 
Location: Woodlynne NJ
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JJ
You mentioned NEW Brunswick Taxes.
Update me PLEASE.
Denny
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Old 10-09-2007, 04:41 PM
 
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Den,
Our property was assessed at 17K in 2005. In 2006, the assessed value was 85K.
Our latest assessment is 210K-quite a jump

I guess this is good as it indicates that property values are appreciating and we didn't pay anything near that for that scrap of land. But it was quite a shock that it jumped that high in such a short period of time!

Prayers are still with you and Judy that you sell that Jersey property and meet your November deadline!
And from this sometime sinner-fingers (and toes) crossed just in case
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Old 10-10-2007, 04:23 PM
 
Location: Woodlynne NJ
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Den,
Our property was assessed at 17K in 2005. In 2006, the assessed value was 85K.
Our latest assessment is 210K-quite a jump

I guess this is good as it indicates that property values are appreciating and we didn't pay anything near that for that scrap of land. But it was quite a shock that it jumped that high in such a short period of time!

Prayers are still with you and Judy that you sell that Jersey property and meet your November deadline!
And from this sometime sinner-fingers (and toes) crossed just in case
JJ,
So what are you getting hit with for taxes now?
Keep those sinner fingers and toes crossed.
We were depressed for about a week but we are coming out of it now.
Like I said ............ still have two things to try.
Just got the news today that the original realtor we had (Weichert) was afraid to go into Camden to drum up possible buyers. That's all I have as far as a base for buyers................so that was nice to learn.
Ah, you learn something new everyday.
Denny
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Old 10-10-2007, 04:59 PM
 
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Den,
Now paying just over $600/year. I look at it as reasonable insurance to secure our place "at the beach"

I'd be dumping that realtor! You need someone who will aggressively pursuit the Camden market.
Hope you sell soon! I'm getting cramps in my extremities
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