Where’s the best tax bang for your tax buck here in Monmouth County NJ? Check out the table below with a complete list of the 2021 Monmouth County property taxes, rates and average tax bills by township.
But, before you do, watch our recent video on how property taxes are calculated while we dispel many of the common myths with our friend, Realtor, and tax assessor Mike Imbriaco.
Make sure to read to the bottom for a link to the Monmouth County property tax estimator so you can get an estimate for next year’s taxes before your property card is mailed out!
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The General Tax Rate is used to calculate the tax levied on a property.
It is equal to $10 per $1000 of taxable assessed value.
Example Tax Calculation: (Assessed Value $200,000 x General Tax Rate 2.536) / 100 = Tax Bill $5,072
|Municipality||2021 General Tax Rate||2020 Average Tax Bill|
|Asbury Park City||1.58||$5,908|
|Atlantic Highlands Boro||1.965||$9,711|
|Avon By The Sea Boro||1.225||$10,390|
|Bradley Beach Boro||1.172||$8,107|
|Colts Neck Township||1.746||$14,491|
|Fair Haven Boro||1.855||$15,893|
|Little Silver Boro||1.974||$13,819|
|Loch Arbour Village||0.655||$11,437|
|Long Branch City||2.001||$9,884|
|Monmouth Beach Boro||1.27||$9,437|
|Neptune City Boro||2.188||$6,795|
|Red Bank Boro||2.237||$8,724|
|Sea Bright Boro||1.245||$8,108|
|Sea Girt Boro||0.636||$13,470|
|Lake Como Boro||1.447||$6,297|
|Spring Lake Boro||0.6||$13,049|
|Spring Lake Heights Boro||1.35||$7,150|
|Tinton Falls Boro||1.87||$7,108|
|Union Beach Boro||2.455||$6,947|
|Upper Freehold Twp||2.425||$11,898|
|West Long Branch Boro||1.933||$10,172|
*Table courtesy of JoeShimkus.com
Monmouth County Property Tax Estimator
The purpose of this table is to aid in the review of the impact that performing annual assessment revisions, or periodic Revaluations, has on the General Tax Rate and Tax Bills. The data, including estimates of general tax rates and tax bills, are provided for informational purposes only and are NOT grounds for filing an assessment appeal. If you feel that your current assessment (not implied taxes) is incorrect you must timely file an appeal.
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If you want to appeal your taxes, you’re able to do so without an attorney, although we highly recommend using one. If you’d like a recommendation on a local tax attorney to assist in your appeal, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.