Schneck Law Group LLC

Over $150,000,000.00 of property taxes have been refunded by the property tax attorneys associated with Schneck Law Group LLC.

Schneck Law Group LLC exclusively represents property owners in property tax appeals and focuses on reducing real estate taxes on commercial, industrial and multi-tenant real estate. Schneck Law Group LLC has 3 property tax attorneys and a staff of trained paralegals. The firm's founder and managing member, Michael Schneck, may be reached via email at

For a free consultation about a potential property tax appeal, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Direct Dial: (973) 533-9300, ext. 1

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Montclair Tax Appeals

Michael Schneck is quoted in the blog

Friday, October 8, 2010

New Jersey: Highest Property Taxes in the Nation

According to Washington, D.C. based Tax Foundation, New Jersey has the highest property taxes in the Nation.

New Jersey property owner's have two ways to reduce property taxes, move out of the State or file a tax appeal.

Tax Appeal Deadlines
Added assessment appeals must be filed by December 1, 2010.

The Annual deadline to file a regular appeal is either:
May 1, 2011 for property located in a town having a revaluation or reassessment or
April 1, 2011 for all other property.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Bergen County Revaluations 2011

20 towns approved for revaluation or reassessment in 2011


The following towns in Bergen County have been approved for either a revaluation or reassessment in 2011: Carlstadt, Demarest, Fairview, Garfield, Mahwah, Midland Park, North Arlington, Old Tappan, Tenafly, Wood-Ridge, Hackensack, Norwood, Wallington, Park Ridge, Franklin Lakes, Ho-Ho-Kus, Englewood, Emerson, Ridgefield Park and Cliffside Park.

The deadline to file appeals in these towns will be May 1, 2011

Despite budget cuts, NJ homeowners still face sky-high property taxes

Source: APP.COM

As reported today in the Asbury Park Press "The average property tax hike in New Jersey will be 3.3 percent this year,and willl hit 23.5 percent after the loss of the homestead rebate is factored in."