The average residential property tax bill in New Jersey was $8,690 in 2017. But when it comes to these taxes, not all towns are created equal.
New Jersey's average property tax bills ranged from a low, low $1,277 to a high, high of $31,415 in 2017.
With fresh data from the state's Department of Community Affairs, here we'll take a look at the 30 municipalities with the highest average property taxes last year.
There are a couple of new faces on the list, and two Bergen County boroughs — Rockleigh and Woodcliff Lake — dropped out of the top 30.
So New Jersey, here are your 30 towns where homeowners pay the highest residential real estate tax bills, on average.