Property reevaluation to begin in Bergen County city of Hackensack

In the upcoming months, all property in the city of Hackensack will undergo a reassessment. The city joins a number of other towns in Bergen County and New Jersey where properties have been reassessed for current market value. While some property owners are dreading the inspections for fear their property taxes will go up, other people are actually looking forward to it. The city's tax assessor says the process will likely start in November. Residents will receive a letter telling them approximately when they can expect an assessor to be in their area. If no one is home, a note will be left instructing the property owner to call and schedule an appointment. All inspectors will have photo identification.

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