All real property is to be assessed at its market value, and in a uniform manner. Each municipality within the state assesses at a certain percentage of the value
of each property, which is known as the equalization ratio.
When the equalization ratio and market values diverge, the result can be that your property may be over-assessed or under-assessed.
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