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Market Report Shows High Sales Volume in Q3, but Slower Appreciation in Jersey City

The latest numbers show more modest value gains in most of the city’s neighborhoods and while transaction totals are strong, listings are averaging more days on the market.
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Jersey City’s Property Tax Rate Finalized at 1.48%

Following the city’s first revaluation in almost three decades, their certified tax rate came in lower than expected.
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An Influx of Inventory Hits Downtown Jersey City: How is the Market Responding?

With Jersey City's reval in full swing, the numbers are now in for the first quarter of this new reality.
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Jersey City Reval Continues, Formal Appeals Deadline Extended

Hudson County officials announce extension for Jersey City property owners to file tax appeals.
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Mayor Fulop Suggests Reval Will Impact Property Values, Proposes a Second One

On February 22, Mayor Steven Fulop outlined plans for what’s next in Jersey City including a second property tax revaluation in 2019.
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Jersey City Reval Update: What Homeowners Need to Know

A preliminary timeline has been made available by Downtown Councilman James Solomon to guide Jersey City residents through the reval process.
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Demystifying Jersey City’s Reval with Civic Parent’s Brigid D’Souza

Jersey City’s long overdue tax revaluation will be completed by mid-2018. Financial literacy blogger Brigid D’Souza, who runs the website Civic Parent, provides residents with tools to become self-advocates for fair taxes during the reval process.
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Jersey City Property Revaluation Info Sessions Start This Saturday

Like it or not, Jersey City’s controversial citywide property revaluation is coming. This Saturday marks the first of a series of seven information sessions for the city to educate residents on how it will affect them.