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Real Estate Tax Bill Info - Payment Due Dates for Chicago/Chicago-Area Counties

Real Estate Tax Bill Info - Payment Due 
    Dates for Chicago/Chicago-Area Counties      

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

     Tax Bills (or info) are now online for viewing and payment for the following counties:  

     The following include:   The individual website link for a Chicago-area County Treasurer's Office and due dates for their 1st and 2nd Installments of 2015 taxes (payable in 2016):

       1st Installment Due Date:  June 1, 2016
       2nd Installment Due Date:  September 1, 2016

       1st Installment Due Date:  June 1, 2016
       2nd Installment Due Date:  September 1, 2016

       1st Installment Due Date:  June 1, 2016
       2nd Installment Due Date:  September 1, 2016   

       As of this date, 2016 Tax Bills have NOT been mailed. It's        reported, via their website, that mailing will be mid-                May.

       As of this date, the Treasurer's Office has NOT mailed             tax bills yet.  Mailing is predicted to be by end-of-week,           (May 6th).  

       1st Installment Due Date:  June 7, 2016
       2nd Installment Due Date:  September 7, 2016

       Mobile Home Bills Due:  June 3, 2016 
       The mailing of 1st Installment - 2015 Taxes (due in 2016)        has been delayed, but 1st Installment will most likely be          due Mid-July, with 2nd Installment due in September,             2016

       1st Installment Due Date:  June 2, 2016
       2nd Installment Due Date:  September 2, 2016     
     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 2015 - 1st                     Installment was Tuesday, March 1, 2016.  

     The 2nd Installment due date has not been announced as of this writing.  

     Note:  The 2nd Installment of Cook County taxes - due date varies, as it relies on the delivery of various info from other State/County agencies. (This 2nd Installment is reflective of:  Exemptions, State Equalization Factor, Taxing-District tax rates, new Assessed Values, Assessment Appeals.)

     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:

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