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2022 Assessment Notices Mailed to Lake Township

The Cook County Assessor’s office mailed 2022 assessment notices to Lake property owners on Thursday, November 25th, 2022. The 32-day window to appeal your assessed value at the Assessor’s office is now open until the deadline of December 27th, 2022.

We strongly recommend homeowners review their assessments annually and appeal yearly if and when there is a strong argument that their home may not be assessed fairly. Lake Township was reassessed last year, but regardless of whether you appealed last year or not, you may appeal every year, including 2022. An appeal in 2022 may generate savings lasting for two years until the next reassessment of Lake in 2024. If you’d like a second opinion on your assessed value as it compares to other similar properties, contact us for a free, no-obligation, professional analysis of your property.

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Proviso Township 2022 Assessment Notices Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office mailed 2022 property assessment notices on November 30th to Proviso Township property owners. The 30-day window to appeal your 2022 assessed value is now open until the deadline of January 3rd. The following cities, towns, and villages are in Proviso Township: Bellwood, Berkeley, Broadview, Brookfield (northwest 1/2), Elmhurst (portion), Forest Park,, Hillside, La Grange Park (majority), Maywood, Melrose Park, North Riverside, Northlake (south 1/4), Oak Brook (parts), Stone Park, Westchester, and Western Springs (north portion).

We recommend homeowners review their assessments annually and appeal whenever there is a strong evidence-based argument that your property may not be assessed fairly. Proviso Township’s next triennial reassessment is scheduled for 2023. However, if you feel that your assessment is unfair, there is no need to wait to appeal; property owners have the right to appeal yearly at the Assessor’s office and the Board of Review. If you’d like a professional opinion on your home’s assessed value as it compares to similar properties in your neighborhood, contact us for a free, no-obligation review and analysis of your home.
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Worth Township 2022 Assessment Notices Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office mailed 2022 property assessment notices on November 23rd to Worth Township property owners. The 30-day window to appeal your 2022 assessed value is now open until the deadline of December 24th. The following cities, towns, and villages are in Worth Township: Alsip, Blue Island, Bridgeview, Chicago Ridge, Crestwood, Evergreen Park, Hometown, Merrionette Park, Oak Lawn, Palos Heights (east half), Robbins (north 1/4), and Worth (east 3/4).

We recommend homeowners review their assessments annually and appeal whenever there is a strong evidence-based argument that your property may not be assessed fairly. Worth Township’s next triennial reassessment is scheduled for 2023. However, if you feel that your assessment is unfair, there is no need to wait to appeal; property owners have the right to appeal yearly at the Assessor’s office and the Board of Review. If you’d like a professional opinion on your home’s assessed value as it compares to similar properties in your neighborhood, contact us for a free, no-obligation review and analysis of your home.
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Lyons Township 2022 Assessment Notices Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office mailed 2022 property assessment notices on November 21st to Lyons Township property owners. The 30-day window to appeal your 2022 assessed value is now open until the deadline of December 22nd. The following cities, towns, and villages are in Lyons Township: Bedford Park, Bridgeview, Brookfield, Burr Ridge, Countryside, Hickory Hills, Hinsdale, Hodgkins, Indian Head Park, Justice, La Grange, La Grange Highlands, Lyons, McCook, Pleasantdale, Ridgewood, Riverside, Summit, Western Springs, and Willow Springs.

We recommend homeowners review their assessments annually and appeal whenever there is a strong evidence-based argument that your property may not be assessed fairly. Lyons Township’s next triennial reassessment is scheduled for 2023. However, if you feel that your assessment is unfair, there is no need to wait to appeal; property owners have the right to appeal yearly at the Assessor’s office and the Board of Review. If you’d like a professional opinion on your home’s assessed value as it compares to similar properties in your neighborhood, contact us for a free, no-obligation review and analysis of your home.

Property values in the Chicagoland area do not stay the same every year. They frequently change as ownership changes, properties are remodeled, and new homes are constructed. Don’t make the mistake of only appealing during your property’s reassessment year.

If you contact us before the December 22nd deadline, we would be happy to review your home’s assessment against the current values of nearby comparable properties and provide our professional opinion on whether or not an appeal makes sense this year.

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2022 Assessment Notices Mailed to Jefferson Township

The Cook County Assessor’s office mailed 2022 assessment notices to Jefferson property owners on Thursday, November 10th, 2022. The 32-day window to appeal your assessed value at the Assessor’s office is now open until the deadline of December 12th, 2022.

We strongly recommend homeowners review their assessments annually and appeal yearly if and when there is a strong argument that their home may not be assessed fairly. Jefferson Township was reassessed last year, but regardless of whether you appealed last year or not, you may appeal every year, including 2022. An appeal in 2022 may generate savings lasting for two years until the next reassessment of Jefferson in 2024. If you’d like a second opinion on your assessed value as it compares to other similar properties, contact us for a free, no-obligation, professional analysis of your property.

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Stickney Township 2022 Assessment Notices Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office mailed 2022 property assessment notices on November 10th to Stickney Township property owners. The 32-day window to appeal your 2022 assessed value is now open until the deadline of December 12th. The following cities, towns, and villages are in Stickney Township: Bedford Park (east 3/4), Bridgeview, Burbank, Forest View (majority), and Stickney.

We recommend homeowners review their assessments annually and appeal whenever there is a strong evidence-based argument that your property may not be assessed fairly. Stickney Township’s next triennial reassessment is scheduled for 2023. However, if you feel that your assessment is unfair, there is no need to wait to appeal; property owners have the right to appeal yearly at the Assessor’s office and the Board of Review. If you’d like a professional opinion on your home’s assessed value as it compares to similar properties in your neighborhood, contact us for a free, no-obligation review and analysis of your home.
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Leyden Township 2022 Triennial Reassessments Mailed

2022 Triennial reassessment notices were mailed to Leyden Township homeowners on Friday, September 16, 2022. Homeowners in Leyden Township have 30 days to appeal their assessment at the Assessor’s office (there will be a second opportunity to appeal later in the year at the Board of Review, whether you appeal at the Assessor’s office or not). The deadline for appealing at the Assessor’s office is October 17, 2022.
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Maine Township 2022 Triennial Reassessments Mailed

2022 Triennial reassessment notices were mailed to Maine Township homeowners on Wednesday, September 07, 2022. Homeowners in Maine Township have 30 days to appeal their assessment at the Assessor’s office (there will be a second opportunity to appeal later in the year at the Board of Review, whether you appeal at the Assessor’s office or not). The deadline for appealing at the Assessor’s office is October 07, 2022.
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Palos Township 2022 Assessment Notices Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office mailed 2022 property assessment notices on September 2nd to Palos Township property owners. The 31-day window to appeal your 2022 assessed value is now open until the deadline of October 3rd. Bridgeview (south 1/4), Hickory Hills (south 3/4), Orland Park (small northern part), Palos Heights (west 1/2), Palos Hills, Palos Park, Willow Springs (south portion), and Worth (west 1/4).

We recommend homeowners review their assessments annually and appeal whenever a strong evidence-based argument is that your property may not be assessed fairly. Palos Township’s next triennial reassessment is scheduled for 2023. However, if you feel that your assessment is unfair, there is no need to wait; property owners have the right to appeal yearly at the Assessor’s office and the Board of Review. If you’d like a professional opinion on your home’s assessed value as it compares to similar properties in your neighborhood, contact us for a free, no-obligation review and analysis of your home.
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Palatine Township 2022 Triennial Reassessments Mailed

2022 Triennial reassessment notices were mailed to Palatine Township homeowners on Monday, August 22, 2022. The following cities, towns, and villages are in Palatine Township: Arlington Heights (west of Wilke Rd.), Barrington, Deer Park, Hoffman Estates (northeast), Inverness, Palatine, Rolling Meadows (north of Central Road, Schaumburg, and South Barrington.

Homeowners in Palatine Township have 32 days to appeal their assessment at the Assessor’s office (there will be a second opportunity to appeal later in the year at the Board of Review, whether you appeal at the Assessor’s office or not). The deadline for appealing at the Assessor’s office is September 23, 2022.
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