Property Tax Problem

Taxpayers will continue to be bombarded with tax valuation increases for the purpose of maintaining the record-setting rise of property tax revenues for Cook County and Chicago. Chicago’s tax rate increased 4.95% since 2015. Residents of the neighborhoods of N. Chicago township and the City of Chicago can expect, at least, another 10% property tax hike.

FUN FACT: From 1994 to 2015, property tax increase for Illinois is 133.01% or an average annual rate of 4.11%


Appeals of your assessed value are an effective tool to combat County’s practices and the opportunity to reduce your property taxes must not be ignored. Tax payers should act quickly by engaging our firm to ensure that current as well as future deadlines are met and their properties are fairly assessed.

Residential Assessment Increase (+Median%)

Lake +8.95%
Hanover +13.43%
Niles +18.36%
Bloom +11.43%
S. Chicago +14.07%

Bremen +15.47%
Lake View + 20.14%
Lemont +23.25%
New Trier +25.04%
Palos +21.01%

N. Chicago +32.04%

Contact us for your property’s specific assessment increase or if you’re concerned about a non-residential property assessment.

Property Tax Appeal Deadlines


Rich - 10.02.17
Lake - 10.02.17
Hanover - 10.05.17
Niles - 10.12.17
N. Chicago - 10.13.17
Bloom - 10.16.17
S. Chicago - 10.16.17


Bremen - 09.26.17
Lake View - 09.26.17
Lemont - 09.26.17
New Trier - 09.26.17
Palos - 09.26.17


Cook County Property Tax Increase County Property Tax Appeal Deadlines Assess or Appeal

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Cook County Assessor’s Office Website (Appeal and Closing Deadlines):
Cook County Board of Review Website:
Cook County Clerk Township Maps:
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