NJ property tax haul in 2017 was $29B...

NJ property tax haul in 2017 was $29B - See how it changed in your town

Good news for New Jersey homeowners: Property taxes rose at the smallest pace in four years in 2017, up 1.6 percent to an average of $8,690. Once taxes paid to special districts that provide fire, garbage and other services, the statewide tab topped $29 billion, more than doubling since the turn of the century.

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