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Rmmullen88, Renter in New York, NY

Does it make sense for empty-nesters to move to this part of Clifton or are you being overly -penalized with prop taxes?

Asked by Rmmullen88, New York, NY Fri Aug 9, 2013

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Thanks, Andrew. I would indeed be glad to help.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 24, 2013
New Jersey has High tax rates You being from NY also have them there as you realize I'm sure.
Clifton's effective tax rate for 2012 is $2.647. This means if a house and property is valued at $100,000
then the taxes paid would be $2,467. you can figure it out what the taxes would be on most homes using that number as the multiplier. This gives you a close idea what taxes should be but it is not an exact science. To view all the Towns and counties in NJ here is a helpful link from the State .

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New Jersey property taxes are up there among the highest. Clifton taxes are lower than some of the surrounding towns and higher than a few others in this NE section of NJ. Clifton is a large city with many different sections. Which section are you considering? Are you thinking of an adult community, a condo/townhouse complex or a small house? What draws you to Clifton? What other areas might you consider?
As you can see, it looks like you should schedule an appointment with a good realtor to go over how you can make the best move for you.
Lilla Langford, Keller Williams Team Realty cell: 862-215-4064
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 9, 2013

You must have some Ties to want to be in Clifton. There are a few surrounding towns with lower taxes. What ever the reason meet with Lilla, she has over 15 years experience in the Clifton Area.
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