By Neena Vlamis, President of A and N Mortgage

Cook County Tax Bill Update
Cook County property tax bills coming in July

For the first time in decades the second installment of Cook County property taxes are to hit homeowner’s mailboxes in July. Meaning, payment will be due August 1st compared to November 1st.

Property Taxes: Homeowner’s FAQ
Who pays this?
  The tax bill is either paid by your lender or if you do not escrow you must send in the payment direct to the Cook County Treasurer’s Office or you can check on their website which local banks accept payments.  
How to check?  Cook County has set up a website where you can check online if your tax bill has been paid and if you are receiving your homeowner exemption.  You can also confirm your mailing address and ensure the correct name is on your tax bill. Where to check? The top right hand corner has a section to click for “payments,” you can check the status of your payment and also make sure you have your home owner’s exemption.  You will be required to give your PIN # which is on your tax bill.


What if I’m missing info? If you do not have the information you need please feel free to contact
your A and N Mortgage Consultant at any time.
773.305.LOAN (5626) or

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