The Mass. model: Is property-tax cap a good fit for N.J.?

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 16-05-2010-05-2008


The Mass. model: Is property-tax cap a good fit for N.J.?
Gov. Christie wants to throttle the steady rise of property taxes in New Jersey – already the highest in the nation – by following Massachusetts’ lead.
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Value of property seizures from suspected criminals in Saginaw County quadrupled last year
The police seizure of private property is a necessary law enforcement tool to some and a breach of personal rights in the eyes of others. Regardless of one’s opinion, the total value of property that law enforcement agencies have taken during raids and traffic stops is on the rise in Saginaw County.
Read more on The Saginaw News

Decline in North Topsail property values creates budget challenges
N. TOPSAIL BEACH – With a drastic drop in property values throughout the town after the county’s recent revaluation, the board of aldermen is working to keep this year’s budget tight.
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Property tax decisions awaited in budget
The focus for business in the government’s budget on Thursday will be on changes to rules surrounding property investment and the detail of the well-signalled switch to lower income tax funded by a higher goods and services tax (GST), according to analysts.
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