We pay higher taxes, are being compared to houses in undesirable locations and the location cannot be valued?
Q: we recently had our 2-family in north jersey appraised for refinancing. the only other 2-fam in the area are 2-3 miles away and not in desirable locations. we live across(50 ft) from a historic park and pond that can never be developed and pay higher taxes because of that . the appraiser said there is no avail calculation for appraisers to consider this type of issue. this cannot be right. we pay higher taxes, are being compared to houses in undesirable locations and the location cannot be valued in what do you think please advise thank you? Read More.
Q: Does your “average price per square foot” refer to gross feet, which sometimes includes a percentage of public spaces, such as elevator shafts, or “carpetable” feet? Do you have data on maintenance and real estate taxes per square feet? If not, can you get it? Read More.
I inherited a Bridgehampton property and sold it. How do I find out what the 2003 assessed value was?
Q: I inherited a property at 59 Sunshine Ave., Bridgehampton, NY. and have since sold it. I would like to know if you could help me find out what the assessed value of that property would have been in the year 2003. Or would you be able to tell me how to find out that information? Thank you for your help. Read More.