Assessment Explanation 2021

Fechas importantes:

  • August 6, 2021 – Notices mailed by the Will County Supervisor of Assessments
  • August 11, 2021 – Date of Notice
  • August 11, 2021 – Assessments published in Herald News (815.526.4439)
  • September 13, 2021 - Fecha límite para apelar.

Aviso de Evaluación Revisada:
This is notifying you of the new figures that will be used to calculate your tax bill in April 2022. haga clic aquí para más información.

Multiplicador del municipio: 
In addition to the reassessments completed by the Township Assessor, the Will County Supervisor of Assessments issued a 2021 multiplier of 1.0292 to residential properties in Plainfield Township. The multiplier issued by the county was based on the Department of Revenue’s Sales Ratio Study. The study compared three years of sales (2018, 2019, and 2020) to assessments, with the goal of bringing the assessment level to 33 1/3%.

¿Cómo puedo saber si estoy siendo evaluado de manera justa?
Compare your assessment to similar properties in your neighborhood. Homes that are similar in style, size, age, location, and amenities, should have like assessments. Additionally, research recent sales in your neighborhood. Typically, comparable homes sell for similar amounts. Your assessment should reflect the market of your neighborhood. The Property Search on this website can aid you with these tasks or we’d be happy to discuss the situation with you over the phone or by email.

¿Cómo apelo mi evaluación?
If you feel that you are over-assessed, please call our office to discuss your concerns. Many issues can be resolved without filing a formal appeal. If we are unable to adjust your assessment, you may appeal to the Will County Board of Review. An attorney is NOT required for most residential homeowners (see Board of Review Rule #9). As a homeowner you have the right to represent yourself, free of charge. Appeal forms can be obtained online at www.willcountysoa.com. As always, we are happy to assist homeowners with the process by phone or email.

Aviso especial: Si recibió una carta de un Consultor de Bienes Raíces o un Representante de Apelación de Impuestos (en relación con la apelación de su evaluación), comuníquese con nuestra oficina antes de gastar dinero en esos servicios. Muchas de esas cartas contienen información engañosa o inexacta sobre su evaluación y el proceso de apelación. En la mayoría de los casos, un tercero no es necesario para resolver un problema con su valor estimado.

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