Good morning, Elgin Township!
As a special treat today (Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019), the 2019 assessment changes for property in Elgin Township are being published in the Elgin Courier-News.
That means, if you want to challenge your property tax assessment, the final filing deadline doing so is Oct. 11, 2019.
After all revisions and corrections by the township assessor were applied, each non-farm property in the township was equalized with a factor of 1.0615.
What does that mean? Click this link to learn more about equalization factors.
Elgin Township Assessor
Steven P. Surnicki is the Elgin Township assessor. He holds a Certified Illinois Assessing Officer designation and has been a licensed State of Illinois Certified Real Estate Appraiser since 1991.
To obtain assessment information about a property in Elgin Township, call the Township Assessor’s Office at 847-741-5110 or visit the Elgin Township Assessor’s website.
So, to recap:
Assessment complaints for property in Elgin Township must be filed by Oct. 11, 2019; by state law, no assessment complaints for property in this township can be accepted after this date.
Assessment changes in Aurora Township were published Sept. 5; the final filing deadline for Aurora Township is Oct. 7, 2019.
Assessment changes in Dundee and St. Charles townships were published Aug. 22; the final filing deadline for these townships is Sept. 23, 2019.
Assessment changes in Blackberry Township were published Aug. 15; the final filing deadline for this township is Sept. 16, 2019.
Assessment changes in Big Rock Township were published Aug. 12; the final filing deadline for this township is today (Sept. 11, 2019. )
The final filing deadlines for Batavia, Campton, Hampshire,Kaneville, Plato, Sugar Grove, and Virgil Townships have passed; by law, assessment complaints can no longer be accepted for these townships.
Assessment changes for Burlington, Geneva, and Rutland Townships have not yet been published; as of today, no final filing deadline has been established for these townships.
Online Assessment Complaint ‘How To’ Videos
The Kane County Board of Review is offering a series of short webinars to assist taxpayers who are thinking about filing an assessment complaint with the board.
Property Tax Website
Kane County has a valuable tool that is especially helpful for people who are filing assessment complaints. The a state-of-the-art, property-tax information website provides tons of valuable information, including the recent sale prices of properties near you.
Property Tax Quick Links
SOURCE: This is a re-post of information provided in the Kane Assessments Newsletter. To subscribe, click on this link.
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