New Jersey Tax Appeal Law Firm
Blau & Blau

National Property Tax Group’s New Jersey representative.


Blau & Blau
Attorneys at Law
223 Mountain Avenue
Springfield, New Jersey 07081

Robert D. Blau, Esq.
Phone: 973-564-9003
Fax: 973-564-9071

Charles E. Blau, Esq., CRE,ASA
Phone: 973-564-9003
Fax: 973-564-9071

As a commercial property owner who believes that the government is unfairly valuing your property, you should look to the team of Robert Blau and Charles Blau. We bring unique insight to property valuation cases in these two key areas of New Jersey law: Tax Appraisal Appeals & Compensation for Eminent Domain Property Condemnation.

One of our unique advantages is that Charles Blau a past National President of the National Association of Independent Fee Appraisers has qualified as an expert witness in Tax Court as well as trying cases as an attorney. The firm also has our own computerized database of sales and leases to help us find the most comparable properties to help us favorably argue for assessment reduction. By tapping into our resources many of our clients including McDonald’s, Hilton Hotels, Wyndham Hotels, Firestone, CVS and owners of office, industrial and special use properties have been able to maximize their tax savings.

Blau & Blau has deep roots in the real estate industry in New Jersey. The two brothers, Robert and Charles, both of whom are attorneys specializing in real estate tax appeal and condemnation, are the fourth generation in their family that has been involved in the real estate profession since 1922.

We offer a contigent fee agreement meaning you don't pay unless we are sucessful in reducing your assessment. We are able to reduce the assessments on about 75% of the properties we appeal.

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Feb 01 Tax Bills Due Quarterly installment
Apr 01Appeal Deadline May 1 for communities in revaluation
May 01 Tax Bills Due Quarterly installment
JulTax Bills Issued
Aug 01 Tax Bills Due Quarterly installment
Oct 01 Assessment Date General – if request for I&E info made, taxpayer has 45 days; failure may result in loss of appeal rights
Nov 01 Tax Bills Due Quarterly installment