McHenry County Real Estate Tax Bill
Author: Prime Law Group
The McHenry County real estate tax bills for the 2021 are out. Your property tax bill is based on assessed value of your property, any exemptions for which you qualify, and a property tax rate. Factors such as your property’s size, construction type, age, and location can affect your tax bill.
When are the 2021 taxes due in 2022?
The first installment for the 2021 taxes is due by June 6, 2022, and the second installment for the 2021 taxes is due by September 6, 2022.Your real estate tax bill can be paid online, by mail or through a drive-thru at the Treasurer’s Office in Woodstock, Illinois.
Appeal Property Tax Assessments
If you are looking to appeal or contest your property taxes, first look at your “Fair Cash Value” of your property on your tax bill, or if you’ve just received your assessor’s notice of assessment, and if you think the value is too high. Take the next step.
- Your first option is to talk with your township assessor, who placed the value on your property as of January 1, of that current tax year. They may be able to provide an explanation, agree with you, or propose a change.
- If you still disagree, you have a right to file an appeal with the McHenry County Board of Review within 30 days of the publishing date of your township. The filing deadline date is also located on your assessment notice. THIS IS NOT LOCATED ON YOUR TAX BILL.
As of date, the 2022 assessments have NOT come out. However, to see the 2021 assessment publication information click on the below link to see last years filing deadlines. Note last years filings deadlines for the townships are not indicative of this years filing deadlines.
If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about property tax appeals, the skilled team at Prime Law Group can help you. Our accomplished McHenry County tax appeal lawyers and team focus on achieving the best possible property tax reduction where possible. To schedule your free consultation, call our office today at 815-338-2040.
Please feel free to complete our online Property Tax Appeal Intake Form. If you have any questions on the process or need additional information, let us know how we can help!
Also, please feel free to check back as we will be updating filing deadlines when published by the various Township Assessors.