Saturday, December 29, 2012
Here's a look at homes that were sold in December.
More than $3 million in homes were sold in Westwood, Hillsdale and Washington Township in December. The sales information comes from AOL Real Estate. 284 Coolidge Ave Township Of Washington, NJ 07676 367 Wilson Ave Township Of Washington, NJ 07676 701 Van Emburgh Ave Township Of Washington, NJ 07676 611 Ward Ave Westwood, NJ 07675 341 Hickory St Township Of Washington, NJ 07676 719 Colonial Blvd Township Of Washington, NJ 07676 379 Hoover Ave Township Of Washington, NJ 07676 Sale information also became available for two more homes sold in November. 267 Liberty Ave Hillsdale, NJ 07642 48 3rd Ave Westwood, NJ 07675 Have a question or news tip? Contact editor Jim Leggate at Jim.Leggate@patch.com, or find us on Facebook and Twitter. For news…
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Here's a look at local homes that were sold in November.
More than $3.8 million in homes were sold in Westwood, Hillsdale and Washington Township in November. The sales information comes from AOL Real Estate. 8 Gabriel Way Township Of Washington, NJ 07676 415 Sunset Ln. Township Of Washington, NJ 07676 17 Terrace Dr. Westwood, NJ 07675 715 Amherst Dr. Township Of Washington, NJ 07676 9 Colonial Village Dr. Hillsdale, NJ 07642 262 Washington Ave. Hillsdale, NJ 07642 496 Piermont Ave. Hillsdale, NJ 07642
Friday, August 24, 2012
Washington Township officials said they want to have a revaluation done after 271 residents appealed their property taxes this year.
Property owners appealing their taxes have cost Washington Township more than $687,000 since 2010, not including 65 unresolved appeals from this year. Residents and commercial property owners can appeal the assessed value of their home or business if they believe they are paying for more than it is actually worth. Appeals have been jumped from 105 in 2010 and 117 last year to 271 this year. The amount paid out to appealing property owners has also risen sharply. The township lost about $168,000 in 2010 and $194,000 last year. This year, more than $322,000 has been paid out for county and state appeals so far and 65 more appeals that went to a hearing in July have not yet been resolved. Most of the appeals have been coming from condo …
Friday, July 27, 2012
Hundreds of Washington Township residents appealed their property taxes this year.
Washington Township may be undergoing a property tax revaluation within the next year. This year, 273 township residents appealed their taxes, according to Tax Assessor Ray Damiano. County officials heard appeals during a hearing July 12, though they expect to take at least 12 weeks before they have decisions. Township officials discussed the possibility of having a re-evaluation performed during their meeting this week. According to Township Attorney Kenneth Poller, the process will take about a year to complete and needs to be done by October 1 of the year before, so the change won't be able to take effect until 2014 at the earliest. "We really need to get this ball rolling," Council Vice President Joseph D'Urso said. The last …