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Now Available: Real Estate Tax Bill Info - Payment Due Dates for Chicago-Area Counties


Now Available: 
Real Estate Tax Bill Info - Payment Due 
Dates for Chicago-Area Counties      


     For property owners in the Chicagoland area, Spring means tax bills ...   


     Tax Bills are now online for viewing and payment for the following counties:  


  • Will County 
  • DuPage County 
  • Kane County 
  • Kankakee County
  • Kendall County
  • Grundy County 
  • McHenry County  
  • Lake County


     The following includes:   The individual website link for a Chicago-area County and the due dates for their 1st and 2nd Installments of 2014 taxes (payable in 2015):

       1st Installment Due Date:     June 3, 2015
       2nd Installment Due Date:   September 3, 2015

       1st Installment Due Date:     June 1, 2015
       2nd Installment Due Date:   September 1, 2015

       1st Installment Due Date:     June 1, 2015
       2nd Installment Due Date:   September 1, 2015   


       1st Installment Due Date:     June 22, 2015
       2nd Installment Due Date:   September 1, 2015
       (1st Installment will be mailed May 15, 2015)

       1st Installment Due Date:     June 3, 2015
       2nd Installment Due Date:   September 3, 2015

       1st Installment Due Date:     June 8, 2015     
       2nd Installment Due Date:   September 8, 2015 
       Mobile Home Bills Due:       June 2, 2015 

       1st Installment Due Date:     June 4, 2015
       2nd Installment Due Date:   September 4, 2015

       1st Installment Due Date:     June 3, 2015
       2nd Installment Due Date:   September 3, 2015     

     
     Please Note:  Cook County property taxes have a different schedule for release of tax information.  

     Cook County property tax due dates/payments have their own schedule, different from surrounding counties, as well. 

     This year's important Cook County tax dates are:  

     The due date for the Tax Year 2014 1st Installment was Tuesday, March 3, 2015.  The 2nd Installment due date has not been announced, as of the writing of this post (5/4/2015).  I will make this info available as soon as it becomes available.


     Should you need further information on Cook County taxes and their due dates, please go to the Cook County Treasurer's website at: 


   or contact me at:         815.524.2280 
   or via my email at:     gmundt@goapmc.com

     
      I'm always happy to provide information and assistance regarding taxes, credit, Mortgages, and Mortgage service ...



     *  Hoping to Buy, Build, or Refinance a home in any of the counties above, in Chicago/Cook County or elsewhere in the greater Chicagoland area?  Contact me today!  I'll put my 37 years of Mortgage experience and expertise hard to work on your behalf.
     I can be easily found at:
Direct:  815.524.2280
Cell/Text:  708.921.6331
eFax:  815.524.2281
gmundt@goapmc.com
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