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William T. Anastasio
141 Butler Pkwy, Summit, NJ 07901
William operates a legal practice in the areas of commercial & residential real estate, real estate finance &More development, personal injury, bankruptcy, estates, elder law and zoning/planning/land use. For appointments or information, call the number provided.
Law Office of Stephen P. Dempsey
99 Summit Ave, Summit, NJ 07901
Stephen P. Dempsey runs a practice that provides legal representation in most general areas of law includingMore bankruptcy, criminal and municipal matters, real estate and estate planning. Dempsey represents various small to medium sized business in defense litigation, collection and employment issues.
SPP Capital Partners LLC
44 Maple St, Summit, NJ 07901
This private investment firm on Maple Street has a specialty in real estate investments. Call for more information.
Deforest Realtors
43 Deforest Ave, Summit, NJ 07901
Deforest Realtors is a real estate agency anchored in the principles of tradition and honesty. John Blazo knows SummitMore backwards and forwards, and would be glad to help you find your space, be it residential or commercial.
Professional Appraisal Associates
469 Morris Ave, Summit, NJ 07901
This business is a real estate appraisal service willing to do commercial or residential appraisal work. It has beenMore around since 1977, and while it is located in Summit, it actually serves the entire state.
Dempsey Dempsey & Sheehan
387 Springfield Ave, Summit, NJ 07901
The legal practice of Robert and Jerry Dempsey and Bartholomew Sheehan deals primarily with estates/probate, real estateMore law, land use law, litigation, corporate law, elder law, healthcare law, matrimonial law and commercial leasing. Find them on Springfield Avenue, or call the number provided.
City of Summit Tax Assessor's Office
512 Springfield Ave, Summit, NJ 07901

The tax assessor is responsible for determining the value of all real estate in the city. These assessments areMore updated on a regular basis in what is known as a re-valuation. Many factors go into assessing the value of a home or business, including its location, the size of the structure and its features, including renovations, and the neighborhood in which it is located.

While the assessor determines the value of the property, the office does not collect the taxes. That is done by the tax collector's office.

Patricia Spychala is currently serving as part-time deputy tax assessor.

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