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Hi I'm Ken Jones your real estate adviser if you live in New Jersey you probably already know that New Jersey has the highest real estate taxes in the United States now you don't have to take my word for it there's a group of independent organization called the Tax Foundation I'm going to pra link right down there you can check that out for yourself it they've done research and as of I believe it was 2016 or 2015 the most recent data they have new jersey is right up there in the top of the list the highest real estate taxes in the United States now what makes it worse is not so much the way that the real estate tax assessments in New Jersey are created it's the way they are perpetuated every year they don't do a reassessment they don't do a revaluation what they do is they adjust it according to a sales ratio they adjust your assessment to equalize it sort of to represent a hundred percent of its real value the problem is that each year you get away from the or reassessment year your revaluation year the more distorted that assessment that equalized assessment becomes so what can you do about it well what you can do about it is if you're over assessed you can file what's called a real property tax assessment appeal most people call it a tax appeal but the real label is a real property tax assessment appeal before I tell you anything more about the real property tax assessment appeal process I'd like to tell you a little bit about myself now I'm going to put a link right down there on the page you can click that link it goes to my website it'll tell you all about my experience now generally speaking I would like you to know that I've been doing real estate appraisals as a professional appraiser since the 1970s I became a certified tax assessor in the state of New Jersey in 1986 I never worked as an Assessor in a municipality but I did take that test and I did get that certification so that I could have more credibility before the the Tax Court of New Jersey at the time since then I created and my own real estate tax consulting company called Liberty assessment consultants where we represented literally thousands of property owners in and out of New Jersey up and down the East Coast and I personally have been involved in I wouldn't be exaggerating if I said several thousand real property tax assessment appeals I'm also a certified general real estate appraiser in the state of New Jersey in addition to being a licensed real estate broker in New Jersey now that you know a little bit about me let me tell you a little bit about real property tax appeals in New Jersey what is a tax appeal it's a legal procedure to