Property Tax Rebellion Brewing After Real Estate Collapse

Never judge a house by its tax bill. That's the lesson Don Newby, 65, is learning. The construction manager from Gibbsboro, N.J., is paying boom-era property taxes on a home that has lost 20 percent of its value in the past three years. He blames the Gibbsboro tax authorities, who haven't reassessed property values in the town since 2003. "That's absurd," says Newby, who pays $14,000 a year in taxes on a four-bedroom, bi-level modern house in the New Jersey township near Philadelphia....Full Story
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