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    Quote Originally Posted by Clamato View Post
    Was looking at a house for sale this AM and wandered over to the tax history . . . and was reminded why Illinois is losing its population. Assessed value went up 11.5% in this time while property taxes went up 31.5%. I guess I consider myself lucky. Since 2000, my assessed value has increased 34.4% and the taxes are 34.1% higher. In the same time period as the data on the house for sale, 2007-current, my assessed value has fallen 9.4% and the taxes have gone up 8.6%.

    Of course, none of this makes sense to me. But whatevs. Stupid Illinois.

    Property Tax
    Year Taxes Land Additions Total Assessment
    2017 $27,269 $89,110 + $276,360 = $365,470
    2016 $27,913 $99,900 + $254,080 = $353,980
    2015 $26,051 $95,310 + $220,590 = $315,900
    2014 $25,678 $38,460 + $261,940 = $300,400
    2013 $24,997 $38,580 + $262,730 = $301,310
    2012 $24,277 $40,230 + $273,960 = $314,190
    2011 $20,890 $42,966 + $292,597 = $335,563
    2010 $22,760 $46,200 + $313,680 = $359,880
    2009 $20,498 $48,000 + $301,880 = $349,880
    2008 $20,117 $48,000 + $301,880 = $349,880
    2007 $18,683 $45,800 + $277,180 = $322,980
    Taxes are a sensitive subject today. Why are you poking the bear?

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    Assessed value changes don't have a big impact on your tax bill unless yours changes % more than your neighbors.

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