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Evesham Property Tax Reassessment

Evesham Township has begun the reassement for property tax under the direction of the NJ State Division of Taxation and the Burlington County Board of Taxation.  The reassessment will be on all property within the muncipality including residential, commercial, and farmland totaling 16,494 parcels. 

The new assessment should be established by October 2007, and will take affect for the 2008 tax year.  FAQ provided by Evesham Township (Marlton) 


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    Posted April 7, 2007 at 9:49 am | Permalink

    How can someone expect to pay taxes that rise 5000 dollars to 13000? That’s what I’m looking at……see you in Delaware

  2. Posted April 7, 2007 at 11:44 am | Permalink

    quick note:

    Here’s the faq link I forgot to include with the above post

    Thanks for stopping by. Unfortunately for us, NJ has the some of the highestest property taxes in the nation.

    According to this press release there are some tax cuts scheduled for this summer ranging from 20% to 10% depending on income. The bill hasn’t been signed yet but also includes capping property tax hikes at 4%

  3. gdav
    Posted July 16, 2009 at 2:08 pm | Permalink

    I really do believe that the Evesham Mayor and Council should all loose their jobs over this reassesment. It is reckless the way that these taxes increased. Businesses and Residents are struggling and these increases in most cases are over 20%.

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