All Chicago area condominium properties will be re-assessed in 2018. Cook County properties are assessed every three (3) years. This year's tri-ennial assessment will determine 2018 taxes due in 2019.

Chicago homeowners can expect to pay more in real estate taxes in 2018 - $110 on average - than last year. This increase is a bit lower than 2017 taxes, which went up about 10% overall. For taxes payable in 2019, homeowners can expect further increases.

Cook County condo buildings can appeal an assessment increase as an association. This is generally more successful than appealing individually. See our preferred Vendor List for attorneys that handle Property Assessment Appeals.

Assessment for Jefferson Park Township (comprised of: Jefferson Park, North Park, Albany Park, Irving Park, Avondale, Hermosa, Belmont-Cragin, Montclare, Portage Park, as well as parts of Forest Glen, West Ridge, Lincoln Square, North Center, Logan Square, West Town, Humboldt Park, Austin, Dunning, the suburb of Norridge, the suburb of Harwood Heights, and Norwood Park) will be mailed out July 5th, with an appeal deadline of approximately August 3rd.

A complete list of scheduled assessment mailing dates and appeal deadlines can be found on the Cook County Assessor's website.

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