Our Illinois property tax attorneys ensure your property tax appeal is given the attention to detail it needs in order to successfully fight for lower property taxes. We will be your advocate to ensure your matter is treated fairly and give you the best chance to potentially save thousands of dollars.
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Illinois property tax attorney, Kevin O'Flaherty, explains the process of appealing your property tax assessment
In Illinois, each county and township creates its own individual rules for property tax appeals. When you recieve your property tax assessment, you only have a limited window to file a property tax appeal, usually within 30 to 60 days. Appealing an assessment could become difficult, requiring extensive research and attention to detail and due to this, it's important for homeowners to work with an experienced attorney to put your appeal in the best position to succeed.
Buying or selling a home is an intricate process, so let our Illinois real estate attorneys guide you through the process. Although Illinois law does not require a real estate attorney to be present at closings, hiring an attorney when buying or selling your home is almost always a wise decision. In this article, we will discuss the top 5 reasons you should hire a real estate attorney for Illinois residential real estate transactions.
In this article, we will provide a checklist of tasks that the seller (or the seller's attorney) must handle between the execution of the contract and the closing date, including tax prorations. The seller's attorney will review the previous year's property tax information to determine the amount that will be credited to the buyer at closing in the form of a tax proration.