Ramsey New Jersey Taxes

Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Properties

Ramsey New Jersey


Considered one of the best places to live in the country, Ramsey New Jersey provides a multitude of services for its residents, from exceptional schools to community benefits. The tax rate is right around the median of Bergen County rates; approximately 2.494 (general tax rate), with a low amount of increase from year to year. 

Ramsey's taxes are well-spent, particularly in the education department. On average Ramsey New Jersey spends over $2 more per child than the state average and this is clearly evidenced in their nationally recognized school system.

Ramsey also provides many programs for adults and childrens through their recreation programs, including sports teams, annual holiday events, trips, summer activites and a well-maintained municipal pool. The park system in Ramsey is extensive and includes, 2 public playgrounds, 2 athletic fields, 3 public tennis courts and over 150 acress of "green" land.

Voters and administration in Ramsey New Jersey have a firm commitment to growing their community. Tax dollars are visible in the exceptional public spaces and, as mentioned, the outstanding education system. Homebuyers will find Ramsey living gets more "bang for the buck" then many other towns.

If you would like to learn more about homes for sale in Ramsey, please contact Kristin Graves at kristingraves@remax.net or 201-825-6600 ext 222.

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73 E. Allendale Rd.

Saddle River NJ 07458


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