The Cook County Assessor’s is accepting appeals on line only
at www.cookcountyassesor.com until 5pm July 29.
With assistance from our office until 5pm JULY 24th
Please see below
Click here to read the press release from the Cook County Assessor’s office regarding the effect COVID-19 has had on the market.
“Information about adjustments to assessed values based on estimated COVID19 effects for eligible properties will be sent to property owners, regardless of whether they filed an appeal, after the appeal deadline.”
All property owners will be able to file an appeal to the Cook County Board of Review in the fall.
Due to COVID-19 and compliance with CDC recommendations The Cook County Assessor’s office and our office will NOT be accepting in person filings.
There are 3 ways in which our office can assist you until July 24th.
- Email our office and we can provide you with comparable properties that you can upload to www.cookcountyassessor.com when you file your appeal on line directly to the Cook County Assessor’s office. You will then get a confirmation email from them and results mailed to you in the fall.
- Email our office and we will file the appeal on your behalf. You WILL NOT get a confirmation email, however you can check www.cookcountyassessor.com 3 weeks after your request to see it has been processed. Results from Cook County Assessor’s office will be mailed to you in the fall.
Mary Trzebny Bina Conte
YOU WILL GET AN EMAIL RESPONSE FROM OUR OFFICE EXPLAINING YOUR NEXT STEP.
- Call our office at 847-455-8616 press 3 to speak to the Assessor’s office and leave a detailed message with your name and address and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time.
This site provides information about the Cook County Assessor’s Office, which is responsible for assessing all properties in Cook County. You can use this site to look up the assessment and characteristics of your property as well as the other 1.8 million parcels of property in the county. This information can be used for appealing your properties assessed value online. It also contains information regarding property tax exemptions qualifications.
The Board of Review is a separate, quasi-judicial agency independent of the Assessor. The Cook County Assessor initially sets the valuation for tax purposes on all of the more than 1.8 million parcels of real estate located in Cook County. When each township reassessment is completed, the Board of Review opens to allow property owners to appeal the assessment set by the Assessor. The Board decision sets the final county valuation on the property for that tax year.