New Jersey isn't exactly known for low property taxes. We are known for the exact opposite, we have very high property taxes. However, that doesn't mean that you can't find a town with property taxes that don't make you want to cry. NJ.com recently released the towns that have the lowest property taxes per county. South Jersey is home to the town in New Jersey with the lowest property taxes.

In 2017 the average property tax bill in New Jersey was $8,690. This is up 1.6% from 2016. Which towns in South Jersey have the lowest property taxes? Here are the lowest property taxes of 2017.

Atlantic County:

  • Corbin City - $3,613
  • Folsom Borough - $3,909
  • Pleasantville City - $4,195

Camden County:

  • Camden - $1,665
  • Audubon Park Borough - $2,396
  • Brooklawn Borough - $4,244

Cape May County:

  • Woodbine Borough - $1,892
  • Dennis Township - $2,932
  • North Wildwood - $3,778

Cumberland County:

  • Commercial Township - $2,506
  • Bridgeton - $3,146
  • Downe Township - $3,238

Gloucester County:

  • Paulsboro Borough - $3,988
  • Logan Township - $4,743
  • Greenwich Township - $5,028

Ocean County: (#1 spot not in South Jersey)

  • Berkeley Township - $4,149
  • Little Egg Harbor Township - $4,558

Salem County:

  • Lower Alloways Creek Township - $2,086
  • Salem - $3,126
  • Penns Grove Borough - $4,369

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