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 - Attorneys practicing in and around the Chicagoland area. Experienced in the practice areas of Real Estate Law, Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Litigation, Social Security Disability, Business Law, & Estate Law.

DuPage County Property Tax Due Dates 2019

DuPage County Property Tax Due Dates 2019

 

DuPage County property taxes must be paid every year by all property owners on the required due dates.

DuPage County property taxes are used to pay for schools, city services, fire departments, park districts, city services, forest preserves and township services.

In 2019, DuPage County property taxes may be paid in two installments.

 

DuPage County Property Tax Due Dates 2019

First installment due date – Due June 3, 2019

Second installment due date – Due Sept 3, 2019

Last day to pay online – Due October 31, 2019

 

How to Pay DuPage County Property Taxes

Online Payments

DuPage County real estate tax deferralThe office of the DuPage County Treasurer offers taxpayers the ability to pay their property taxes online using a Visa, MasterCard or Discover Card.

When making your online payment, you will need your 10-digit property index number.  It is printed on the front of your tax bill.

If the bill is not available, the number can be acquired through the DuPage County website’s Property Tax Payment Status page.

You may want to contact DuPage County 630-407-5900 or you may contact your Township Assessor (also located on the front of your tax bill).

 

Schedule ePay from checking or savings accounts

You may schedule to ePay (electronically pay) your 2017 real estate tax bill on our website for the payment to be automatically withdrawn from your savings or checking account in the amount and date you set.

 

Schedule ePay with credit or debit card

You may schedule to ePay your 2017 real estate tax bill on our website using your Visa, MasterCard or Discover credit card for the transaction.

Please be aware that the credit card service provider will charge a 2.10% convenience fee for the transaction.  No portion of that fee is retained by DuPage County.   

DuPage County Treasurers Office

DuPage County Treasurer’s Office 421 N County Farm Rd, Wheaton, IL 60187

Make payment in person

You can pay property taxes in person at the DuPage County Treasurer’s Office using cash, check, credit or debit card during normal business hours of Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM.

DuPage County Treasurer’s Office
421 N. County Farm Road
Wheaton, IL 60187

For after hours’ payments, drop off your payment in our Drop Box located in the south parking lot of the DuPage County Treasurer’s Office.

 

Make payments at bank

Taxes may be paid at many participating banks in DuPage County through August 31, 2018 (the 2nd installment due date).   View the list of participating banks

 

Payments by mail

Payments and correspondence may be mailed directly to the DuPage County Treasurer’s Office at 421 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton, IL 60187.

 

Make a Wire Transfer

To transfer U.S. funds by wire, contact us at allcollector@dupageco.org for specific instructions.  Please be aware your bank may charge you for this service.

 

DuPage County Property Tax Information

Kane County Property Taxes

Visit the property tax lookup portal 

This portal leads to the following information for a parcel:

  • Tax bill information plus the ability to pay the current year tax bill and print a duplicate tax bill.
  • Tax distribution information – where do your tax dollars go?  Includes links to the taxing bodies.
  • Assessment information, including any reviews or corrections made to assessments.

 

DuPage County property tax exemptions

View Real Estate Tax Exemptions in DuPage County

 

Property tax prepayments

Schedule your property tax payment via ePay

 

Due dates

First installment due date – Due June 1, 2018
Second installment due date – Due August 31, 2018

 

How are DuPage County Property Taxes Distributed?

DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin explains how residents’ tax dollars are distributed.

Realted Post: DuPage County Property Taxes: Frequently Asked Questions

 

You may call the law office of Lora Fausett with your questions:  630.858.0090


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The Law Offices of Lora Fausett P.C. provides real estate law services including loan modificationsbuying and selling legal assistanceshort sales and deeds in lieumortgage foreclosure defense, and more.

Located in Glen Ellyn, Illinois and serving clients in DuPageCookKane, Will, and Kendall Counties.

For Information Call 630-858-0090


Naperville Named Best Place to Raise Family and Best Public Schools

In this post, we discuss Naperville being named the Best City to Raise a Family in America and ranked as City With the Best Public Schools in America.

Naperville has been a booming community for decades and a very popular community to live.

One of the top reasons people have been choosing to live in Naperville is because of its highly rated schools make it a great place to raise a family.

This month another organization has awarded Naperville two top rankings in it’s annual “2019 Best Places List“.

Naperville was named the Best City to Raise a Family in America, and also designated City with the Best Public Schools.

 

2019 Best Places to Raise a Family

  1. Kane County Property TaxesNaperville, IL
  2. The Woodlands, TX
  3. Arlington, VA
  4. Ann Arbor, MI
  5. Columbia, MD
  6. Overland Park, KS
  7. Plano, TX
  8. Bellevue, WA
  9. Cambridge, MA
  10. Irvine, CA

According to Niche.com, the 2019 Best Places to Raise a Family list ranks cities using a “comprehensive assessment of key factors that are meaningful for families”.

The ratings take into account factors such as the quality of local schools, crime rates, safety, affordability, housing, walkability, and access to family amenities, in an attempt to measure the appeal of an area for families.

Read the full report

 

2019 Cities with the Best Public Schools in America

  1. Naperville, ILReal Estate Home Buying Myths
  2. Ann Arbor, MI
  3. Bellevue, WA
  4. Overland Park, KS
  5. Irvine, CA
  6. The Woodlands, TX
  7. Carlsbad, CA
  8. Plano, TX
  9. Thousand Oaks, CA
  10. Arlington, VA

For rating the best public schools, the cities were rated on “state test scores, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, and student and parent reviews”.

Read the full report

 

Other Highlights

Naperville led the way in the public schools category with an A-plus rating. The city also got an A-plus for the health and fitness category, an A-minus for diversity, and an A-minus for jobs.

Naperville didn’t rank so well in every single category. Niche rated Naperville with a B-minus for crime and safety and a C-plus for weather and cost of living.

They also took personal ratings by residents into consideration. The city had hundreds of excellent reviews and very few poor ones. Some of the resident’s reviews said things such as “great town to grow up in” and a “good place to raise kids.”

 

We agree that Naperville is a great place to raise your family and are happy to see the city recognized.

Law Offices of Lora Matthews Fausett, P.C.

If you require a real estate attorney in Naperville to represent you with any issues related to buying a home or property there, the Law Offices of Lora Matthews Fausett, P.C. are well trained to handle matters relating to buying and selling, short sales, commercial leases, as well as foreclosure defense and many others.

 

For Information Call 630-858-0090


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Wheaton Named Best Place to Live in Illinois

Wheaton Illinois Best Cities to Live In

Money Magazine has named the city of Wheaton the top ranking city in Illinois in it’s annual “Best Places to Live in Every State” list.

“Founded by a group of abolitionists in the 1850s and home to the Wheaton Flag antislavery newspaper, this safe, well-educated suburb of Chicago has a rich history readily discovered at the DuPage County Historical Museum, founded by John Quincy Adams — a distant relative to the president of the same name — in 1891.” read the article in its summary.

This year’s best-rated cities needed to have populations of at least 50,000 and were rated based on several factors including affordability, safety, convenience, local economy, cost of buying a home to median household income.

Wheaton Il DowntownWheaton, Illinois, population 53,585, is the county seat of DuPage County and has been highly ranked highly before in other publications because of its high-quality schools and low crime.

Only two cities in Illinois made the top 100: Wheaton at 27 and Schaumberg at number 34.

Suggestions for attractions in Wheaton from Money included taking a horse-drawn carriage ride through Downtown Wheaton, stopping at the historic The Little Popcorn Store, and visiting the Cosley Zoo.

Also noted was that the median home sales price was $350,000 in the first quarter of 2018.

Congratulations to the City of Wheaton for being recognized as the best city to live in Illinois!

 

Sources:
This Is the Best Place to Live in Every State – Money
Wheaton ranked No. 1 in Illinois in magazine’s ‘Best Places to Live’ – Daily Herald
2 Illinois Towns Among Money’s ‘Best Places To Live In America’ – Patch

Wheaton Links
City of Wheaton Official Website
Wheaton, Illinois – Wikipedia
Cantigny Park Website
Cosley Zoo Website

 


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The Law Offices of Lora Fausett P.C. provides real estate law services including loan modificationsbuying and selling legal assistanceshort sales and deeds in lieumortgage foreclosure defense, and more.

Located in Glen Ellyn, Illinois and serving clients in DuPageCookKane, Will, and Kendall Counties.

For Information Call 630-858-0090


Open House at H.O.M.E. DuPage – September 20th

Feel free to invite friends.

HOME DUPAGE - Making Dreams Possible

www.homedupage.org

 

Please Join Us in Supporting H.O.M.E. DuPage Home Ownership Resources

Assistance for first time home buyers in DuPage County

H.O.M.E. DuPage, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that provides a full range of services to promote responsible sustainable homeownership, with an emphasis on serving first-time homebuyers, low-income and moderate-income households and homeowners in crisis.

 

When you support H.O.M.E. DuPage, you help preserve homeownership through services that help people achieve their dream of owning a home.

 

H.O.M.E. DuPage Mission

Homeowner crisis foreclosure assistance DuPageH.O.M.E. DuPage helps educate people on managing finances, fixing bad credit, and preparing first-time homebuyers to realize their dream of owning their own home.

H.O.M.E. DuPage also helps current homeowners in crisis.

When the foreclosure process begins, there is still hope. In 2017, H.O.M.E. DuPage assisted over 300 local families in crisis.

 

H.O.M.E. DuPage Wish List

You can help support H.O.M.E. DuPage Inc. through your financial donations or by providing items on their wish list.

Other ways to help:

 

Make a Donation

They need your help to be able to continue to provide vital services to our community.

Your tax-deductible donation to H.O.M.E. DuPage, Inc. will go to work right here in DuPage County:

  • helping a mother and her son (both suffering medical crises) save their home from foreclosure
  • giving a single mom the opportunity to become a homeowner for the first time
  • teaching a young couple to successfully manage their money with the help of a Financial Coach

Donate to HOME DuPage

 

We hope that you can help support DuPage County residents to achieve their dream of homeownership.


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The Law Offices of Lora Fausett P.C. provides real estate law services in DuPage, Kane, Kendall and Cook counties including buying and sellingshort salesmortgage foreclosure defense and more.

For Information Call 630-858-0090