Do you think your property taxes are too high compared with your neighbors? Come hear Ridgewood attorney Douglas Standriff discuss the process of determining if you’re overpaying and how to challenge your taxes.

9-10am Saturday, February 11

Mr. Standriff has handled over one thousand tax appeals, involving both residential and commercial properties.  He regularly represents owners in the various County Tax Boards as well as New Jersey Tax Court.  He has served as Tax Appeal Counsel for the City of Clifton.  His short presentation will quickly explain how to determine if a property is over-assessed and compute whether the assessment falls inside or outside of the town’s allowable window of error (note: myth demystified – some towns are NOT entitled to a “15% window of error” in regard to assessments – Mr. Standriff will explain how to differentiate between towns that are entitled to a window of error and towns that are not).

The talk will be held Saturday morning, February 11th, from 9-10am in the Ridgewood office of Keller Williams. The address is 257 E. Ridgewood Ave, Ridgewood.

These sessions are brought to you by Michael Shetler, a top agent with Keller Williams Village Square Realty. Coffee and bagels will by provided by Scott Lief of Atlantic Home Loans.

Please RSVP by email.

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