Are you giving Cook County too much in property taxes?? If you own and live in your home, or if you bought your home in 2018, you are eligible to apply for Cook County's Homeowners Exemption to save on your property taxes. One client recently saved $700+ (about 13%) on their tax bill.
Now officially past the Winter Solstice and Christmas presents unpacked, it's time to get out and enjoy the best of Chicago has to offer! Here are some of Jen and Adele's best picks for holiday and winter enjoyment!
The Office of the Cook Country Treasurer recently released good news for property owners. The First Installment property tax bill, due on March 1st, has been posted online.
Next Saturday, September 29 at 7:15pm marks the unveiling of the long-awaited public art installation of Art on theMart. According to its website, Art on theMART will be world's largest permanent digital art projection. This will be a first-of-its-kind, curated digital art installation across 2.5 acres (two football fields) of theMART's river façade, adding to Chicago's vibrant public art scene.
A look back at the history, photos and timeline of the infamous Uptown Theatre, closed since 1981, and finally getting the $75 million renovation plan that residents have long lobbied for.
Did Cook County really use the faulty Zestimate in official assessments for property taxes?? See how Zillow discloses its margin of error/accuracy, and how their CEO sold his home for 40% less than his Zestimate -- and see why you should be appealing your property taxes annually.
Homeowners should take advantage of a FREE tool to appeal their property taxes.
The Illinois Housing Development Authority (IDHA) is offering three new loan options as of Feb 1, 2018
Crisis-level inventory shortage plagues US housing market and strong buyer demand is driving up prices and creating competitive offer environment
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