Marden wrote on May 18, 2016 16:42:
Revelations 69 – There is one flaw in that article that is a little misleading. The upper limit is never more than 100%. Using the Millburn example of 104%, on reading you would think that if your house were assessed at 103% of value that you would lose an appeal. That is false. The st1&et#82a7;s documentation explicitly states that “RATIOS IN EXCESS OF 100% ARE TO BE CONSIDERED AT 100%”In fact if you are marginally overassessed in Millburn, it is a very attractive time to appeal. If your appeal is successful, instead of reducing your assessment to 100% of market value, you would reduce the assessment to 90.54%.
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