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Lemont Township 2024 Assessment Notices Mailed

2024 property assessment notices were mailed by the Cook County Assessor’s office on Wednesday, July 10th, 2024, to Lemont Township property owners. The window to appeal your 2024 assessed value is now open until the deadline of August 21st, 2024.

We recommend property owners review their assessments annually and appeal whenever there is a strong evidence-based argument that your home may not be assessed fairly. Lemont Township was reassessed in 2023 but even if you appealed last year, you may appeal your assessment again this year. A successful appeal in 2024 may result in two years of savings until Lemont is reassessed in 2026. The best way to ensure you never pay more than your fair share in property taxes is to review your assessment every year and appeal whenever you have a strong basis for an appeal argument, no matter where your township is in the triennial reassessment cycle.
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Lake View Township 2024 Triennial Reassessments Mailed

2024 Triennial reassessment notices were mailed to Lake View Township homeowners on Tuesday, July 02, 2024. The following cities, towns, and villages are in Lake View Township: Bucktown, Edgewater, Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Square, North Center, Old Town, Triangle, Ravenswood, Roscoe Village, Uptown, and Wrigleyville.

Homeowners in Lake View 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 August 14th.
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Palatine Township 2024 Assessments Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office has mailed 2024 property assessment notices for Palatine Homeowners. You have until August 07, 2024, to challenge your assessment.

Why Challenge Your Assessment?

Regularly reviewing your property assessment is crucial to ensuring fair property taxes. Waiting until your property is reassessed in 2025 means potentially paying more than your fair share for another year. You can appeal your assessment annually to align it with market changes.

At Kensington, we specialize in providing Cook County homeowners with a free analysis of their assessments compared to similar properties. Our proven process has helped over 35,000 property owners save millions in taxes.
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Barrington Township 2024 Assessments Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office has released the 2024 property assessment notices, and you have until July 31, 2024, to challenge your assessment.

Regularly reviewing your assessments is vital. Don’t wait until 2025 for the next reassessment – you can appeal every year. Our team offers a free, no-obligation analysis of your home’s assessment compared to similar properties.

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Stickney Township 2024 Assessment Notices Mailed

Attention Stickney Township property owners! Your 2024 property assessment notices have been mailed by the Cook County Assessor’s office. Act now to appeal your 2024 assessed value before the deadline of July 24, 2024. Reviewing your assessments annually and appealing when there is strong evidence that your home may not be fairly assessed is crucial. You can potentially save on property taxes for two years until the next reassessment in 2026 by appealing your assessment again this year, even if you appealed last year.
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Cicero Township 2024 Assessment Notices Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office has sent out 2024 property assessment notices to property owners in Cicero Township. You have the opportunity to appeal your 2024 assessed value until the deadline of July 19, 2024. It’s important to review your assessments annually and appeal whenever there is strong evidence that your home may not be assessed fairly. Even if you appealed last year, you may appeal your assessment again this year, potentially resulting in two years of savings until the next reassessment in 2026.

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Elk Grove Township 2024 Assessments Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office has released the 2024 property assessment notices, and you have until July 01, 2024, to challenge your assessment.

Regularly reviewing your assessments is vital. Don’t wait until 2025 for the next reassessment – you can appeal every year. Our team offers a free, no-obligation analysis of your home’s assessment compared to similar properties.
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Bremen Township 2024 Assessment Notices Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office has sent out 2024 property assessment notices to property owners in Bremen Township. You have the opportunity to appeal your 2024 assessed value until the deadline of June 24, 2024. It’s important to review your assessments annually and appeal whenever there is strong evidence that your home may not be assessed fairly. Even if you appealed last year, you may appeal your assessment again this year, potentially resulting in two years of savings until the next reassessment in 2026.

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Maine Township 2024 Assessments Mailed

Attention Maine Township property owners! The Cook County Assessor’s office has sent out 2024 property assessment notices, and you have until June 17, 2024, to appeal your 2024 assessed value.

It’s crucial to review your assessments annually and appeal whenever there is a strong evidence-based argument that your home may not be assessed fairly. Don’t wait until 2025 for the next reassessment – you have the right to appeal every year at the Assessor’s office and the Board of Review. If you want a professional opinion on your home’s assessed value compared to similar properties in your neighborhood, contact us for a free, no-obligation review and analysis of your home.
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Calumet Township 2024 Assessment Notices Mailed

The Cook County Assessor’s office has sent out 2024 property assessment notices to property owners in Calumet Township. You have the opportunity to appeal your 2024 assessed value until the deadline of June 21, 2024. It’s important to review your assessments annually and appeal whenever there is strong evidence that your home may not be assessed fairly. Even if you appealed last year, you may appeal your assessment again this year, potentially resulting in two years of savings until the next reassessment in 2026.
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