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property taxes are regulated by state tax laws and each state has different requirements.However most states require special application to have that exemption.Let me know your state and I will verify.
Specifically for NJ - The New Jersey tax laws include provisions that exempt qualifying nonprofit organizations and government entities from paying tax.
For information on exemption from Local Property Tax for qualifying nonprofit use of real property, contact the Tax Assessor in the corresponding municipality.
Here is the form to use
Property must be owned by the organization claiming exemption
Use must be a qualifying exempt use. Property’s use must be an integral part of the exempt organization’s operations, not just a convenience, and reasonably necessary for the proper and efficient fulfillment of the organization’s exempt purpose.
Federal 501(c)(3) status is not controlling with respect to New Jersey property tax exemptions.
Following article provide references to NJ laws and regulations regarding property tax exemptions.
however - to get such exemption - your organization woudl need to apply.
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