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.

 - 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.

Cook County 2018 Property Tax Bills Are Online Now

The first installment of your 2018 Cook County property tax bill is now available online.

Cook County SealThis is the earliest the bills have been made available for payment and give property owners the ability to pay property taxes before the end of this year.

There has been a high number of requests from property owners and tax advisors for earlier tax bills and payments.

You are urged to consult with a tax professional about possible tax deductions if you pay before the end of the year.

 

Pay Your Cook County Property Taxes Online

The first installment property tax bill has been posted at cookcountytreasurer.com.

You can find your tax bill at https://cookcountytreasurer.com/setsearchparameters.aspx by using your address or 14-digit property index number.

  • Make a payment (payments are now accepted on the March 1, 2019, tax bill)
  • See if a refund is available
  • Download a copy of your tax bill
  • Sign up to receive tax bills by email
  • Find out if your delinquent taxes have been sold

First installment taxes for the 2018 tax year are 55 percent of the prior year’s total tax.

 

Cook County Property Tax Due Date – First Installment

The tax year 2018 first installment due date is Friday, March 1, 2019

 

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Receive Your Tax Bill by Email

Enroll in eBilling and your next tax bill will be delivered via email.

  • The bills are sent by administrator@cookcountytreasurer.com. Add that email to your address book or change your spam filters to ensure delivery.
  • The paper bill will stop coming to your mailbox.
  • If you change your email address, you must update your account with your new address.
  • If wish to return to paper billing, log into your account and unsubscribe.
  • For more information, visit Research a Topic section.

 

 


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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


Cook County Overdue Tax Bills to Be Sold April 3

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On April 3, 2017, overdue Cook County property tax bills will be sold at auction.

If your property tax bill payments are up to date, you have nothing to worry about.

If your Cook County property tax bill is delinquent, your unpaid tax bill can be sold at auction starting April 3rd. A buyer can purchase your unpaid property tax bill and you would owe them the tax money plus interest.

How to check your Cook County property tax status

If you want to check the status of you Cook County property taxes, you can visit the Cook County Treasurer’s Office website and search by Property Index Number (PIN) or search by address.

The Cook County Treasurer’s office also offers an informational brochure about how to avoid the April 3 property tax sale. (PDF)

Local organizations have conducted a push to inform property owners about the tax sale. “Reach out. Find out who it is in the community who owes this money,” said Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas.

Cook County property tax grace period shortened

There has been some confusion in regards to the tax auction caused by the property tax grace period being cut from 12 months to 8 months. Some homeowners may not realize their tax bills are now subject to auction.

What to do if your name is on the list?

If your property is on the list, it is recommended that you immediately call an attorney in real estate law.

Two Cook County organizations are offering assistance to anyone who has legal questions:

WESTSIDE JUSTICE CENTER:
Phone: 773-940-2213
Website: http://westsidejusticecenter.com/

COOK COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION:
Phone: 312-630-1157
Website: http://cookcountybar.org/


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The Law Offices of Lora Fausett P.C. provide real estate law attorney services including mortgage foreclosure defense litigationshort sales and deeds in lieuloan modifications and workouts, and buying & selling assistance.

For Information Call 630-858-0090



Due Date for 2016 Cook County Property Tax Bills First Installment is Wednesday, March 1, 2017

 

Cook County SealCook County property tax bills were sent out to homeowners by January 31, 2017.

“Nearly 1.8 million property tax bills for the first installment of Tax Year 2016 have been mailed to owners of homes, businesses, and land.”, according to Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas.

When are Cook County 2016 property taxes due?

The due date for the first installment of your 2016 tax year property taxes is Wednesday, March 1, 2017.

The due date for the second installment of your 2016 tax year property taxes is Tuesday, August 1, 2017.

Cook County homeowners can pay their property tax bill online, allowing you to conveniently pay your tax bill from your mobile phone, tablet or computer without visiting the treasurer’s office.

If you wish to pay in person, you can pay by visiting any Chase Bank location or at these 139 local community banks.

To make an online payment on your Cook County tax bill, please visit the Cook County Treasurer’s Office Payments page.

Are your property taxes overdue?

Search the Cook County Treasurer website to check if your taxes are delinquent.

Have your property taxes been sold at auction?

Visit the Cook County Treasurer website to check if your taxes have been sold.

When are 2016 delinquent property taxes sold at auction?

Unpaid property tax bills are sold at the 2016 Annual Tax Sale, which begins May 4, 2018.


Below is a list of other Cook County property tax related pages online available to the public.

You can find information regarding your payment status, money owed by your taxing district, pension and healthcare amounts owed, information on previous years taxes and more.

Cook County Taxes – Related Links:

Cook County Treasurer’s Office

Cook County, Illinois Property Tax Portal

Check Your Payment Status or Make an Online Payment

Understanding Your Tax Bill

Information about Prior Year Property Taxes

View Your Taxing Districts’ Financial Statements and Disclosures


The Law Offices of Lora Matthews Fausett P.C.

Experienced in the practice areas of Real Estate Law, Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Litigation, Social Security Disability, Business Law, & Estate Law.

For Information Call 630-858-0090