So here is my question...
I am purchasing a home in either Bronxville NY or Montclair NJ, why?? I want to be close to NY but not in it. I am a $1M cash buyer. In Montclair my taxes will be $22,000 for this, same in Bronxville only there you get a prettier area and nicer/larger home but Montclair does have a larger town feel...
I am used to CA where we pay 1.25% of the sales price and it stays there, my $2M house I sold I was paying less then $6000.00 a year. hard pill to swallow.
K, so which town and why?? Id love to get some opinions!! Feel reed to email me direct if you have some good insight.
Jordan M. Miller
In partnership with RealtyONEGroup
310-902-6337 DRE#01444541 E-Mail: email@example.com
Thank you for your inquiry. Current taxes are $12,546.for this home.
please contact me if you would like to make an appointment to preview it or any other home in the Montclair area
I also have a lovely home on elm St for $385k
Year Value Land Improvements Total Tax
2012 Assessed $178,700 + $207,000 = $385,700 $13,561 (2011)
hope this helps
Good Luck to you
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