How often does West New York re-assess taxes?

Asked by Hudson County Buyer, North Bergen, NJ Sun Aug 26, 2012

Looking at two 2-bedroom condos in West New York. One has very low taxes ($1100), but is estimated to increase once sale is made. Another unit already was assessed with higher taxes ($4600).

If WNY assesses at time of purchase, how do I know that they won't re-assess the one with higher taxes already? How can I estimate the new taxes for the lower one?

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April Hartma…, Agent, Fort Lee, NJ
Wed Apr 10, 2013
Please call me with any questions. I am a resident of West New York. I also sell the vast majority of properties in town. I can surely help you with any questions you have.

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Jose Martinez, Agent, Hoboken, NJ
Thu Feb 7, 2013
Hi Hudson County Buyer

Well there is a 2% cap in NJ now.

Call me with any questions.

Let Coldwell Banker bring you Home.

Jose Martinez
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Christopher…, Agent, Methuen, MA
Sun Aug 26, 2012
I'm not 100% sure for NY, but usually tax assessments are adjusted annually. That's how it is done here in MA.
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Thanks for your thoughts. In MA, is it adjusted annually based on sale price?
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