### Statistical Information

#### Average Residential Assessment

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#### Average Residential Tax Bill

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#### Coefficients of Deviation

The general coefficient is the average deviation of individual assessment-sales ratios from the overall average assessment-sales ratio of all sales occurring in a taxing district without regard to any property characteristics.

The stratified coefficient of deviation is the average deviation of individual assessment-sales ratios for all useable sales occurring within a particular property class from the average assessment-sales ratio for that class.

The segmented coefficient of deviation is the average deviation of individual assessment-sales ratios within a particular class of property from the average assessment-sales ratio for all sales of properties occurring within a taxing district.

#### Common Level Ranges (Chapter 123)

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#### General Tax Rates by County and Municipality

The General Tax Rate is a multiplier for use in determining the amount of tax levied upon each property. It is expressed as \$1 per \$100 of taxable assessed value. This rate is used to compute the tax bill.

Example General Tax Rate: Assessed Value 150,000 x General Tax Rate .03758 = Tax Bill 5,637

The Effective Tax Rate is a statistical study that enables the comparison of one district to another district (based on the assumption that all districts are at 100% valuation). This rate is NOT to be used to compute the tax bill.

General Tax Rates by Year

#### Property Tax Appeals

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#### Sales Categorized by Property Use or Occupation

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#### Table of Equalized Valuations

Certified October 1, 2021 for use in Tax Year 2022 As amended by the
New Jersey Tax Court on January 31, 2022 for use in Tax Year 2022
2021 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
2021 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey

Certified October 1, 2020 for use in Tax Year 2021 As amended by the
New Jersey Tax Court on January 31, 2021 for use in Tax Year 2021
2020 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
2020 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
Certified October 1, 2019 for use in Tax Year 2020 As amended by the
New Jersey Tax Court on January 31, 2020 for use in Tax Year 2020
2019 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
2019 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey

Certified October 1, 2018 for use in Tax Year 2019 As amended by the
New Jersey Tax Court on January 31, 2019 for use in Tax Year 2019
2018 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
2018 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
Certified October 1, 2017 As amended by the
New Jersey Tax Court on January 31, 2018 for use in Tax Year 2018
2017 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
2017 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey

Certified October 1, 2016 As amended by the
New Jersey Tax Court on January 31, 2017 for use in Tax Year 2017
2016 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
2016 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
Certified October 1, 2015 As amended by the
New Jersey Tax Court on January 31, 2016 for use in Tax Year 2016
2015 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey
2015 Table of Equalized Valuations for all of New Jersey