Subject:Reminder: You're invited, (2)
property tax assessment appeal forums, today, 11/17/2014 @
6:30PM. Reply-To: Larry Rogers, Jr. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
2013 second installment property tax bills were due Thursday, August
1, 2014. If you did not file a property tax assessment appeal with the Board of
Review for the 2013 property tax cycle, our office would like to assist you in
properly preparing your appeal for the 2014 cycle that will be payable in
You are invited to a Property Valuation Appeal Forum being
hosted today, Monday, November 17, 2014, by my office and Alderman Jason Ervin
at Malcolm X Learning Center located at 4624 W. Madison St., Chicago, IL at 6:30
PM. Attending this session will provide you with the opportunity to address any
concerns you may have regarding the 2014 property tax cycle.
property owners have the right to appeal their property valuation assessment
with the Cook County Board of Review. Upon receiving an appeal request, the
Board of Review conducts a valuation of the property to ensure property owners
are not paying more than their share of the tax burden.
Valuation Appeal Forum Monday, November 17, 2014 at 6:30 PM
Learning Center 4624 W.
Madison St., Chicago
this session will provide you with the opportunity to address any concerns you
may have regarding the 2014 property tax cycle. My office will assist you in
properly preparing your appeal, which will be payable in 2015. Please be sure
to bring your property tax bill and other evidence you believe provides proof of
your property’s true value, such as a current appraisal.
The Board of
Review does not assess property, set tax rates, or collect taxes. There is no
fee to file an appeal, and in most cases an attorney is not necessary. Property
valuation appeals are not limited to single-family homes, but all properties in
Cook County. For more information you may contact my office at (312) 603-5540 or visit us on the
web at www.cookcountyboardofreview. com to file an
appeal on line.